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.
iSafe - eSafety Education Curriculum & Community Resources
i-safe and i-learn provide students with dynamic, interactive, up-to-date e-Safety curriculum (for a fee), with components for parents and community outreach, and professional development for educators. FREE Dig Deeper articles cover topics such as copyright,...
Journey to Excellence Overview Text - J2E
The Journey to Excellence initiative provided a framework guiding Adventist education in North America into the 21st century. The outcomes are worth considering still in strategic planning. A pdf version is also available.
Security on the Internet
This article from the technology issue of JAE discusses Internet security. If your students will be using the net, you must have guidelines. The article provides basic suggestions such as knowing the types of resources available on the internet, educating...
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.