Acceptable (or Appropriate) Use Policies
A helpful outline of features commonly included in acceptable use policies: purpose statement, privacy statement, security, netiquette, copyright issues, and physical considerations. Also provides links to additional examples of acceptable use policies.
Central California Conference Educational Resources
Access forms, guidelines and policy for Adventist teachers in Central California, including: curriculum resources and resources for professional development.
It Really Is Different Now - Dealing With the All-Too-Real Issue of Cyber-bullying in the Educational Sphere
This document from the 2015 SDACC Teachers' Convention describes cyber-bullying, and what a school should do to protect itself and its students. Sample policies are included.
Writing An Acceptable Use Policy For Your School
A helpful guide to creating an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for a school's use of services provided by the internet. The author notes that an AUP is the most important document a school will create since it states the terms, conditions, and rules of internet use determined by a school or district.