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11 Sample Education BYOT Policies To Help You Create Your Own

http://www.teachthought.com/uncategorized/11-sample-education-byot-policies-to-help-you-create-your-own/

Blog post that provides same policies to review if you are looking at beginning a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program in your school or district. Whether you are just beginning to look at mobile learning or are ready to begin allowing student to bring their own technology, these examples can assist in your next steps.
 

Take Control of Your Online Persona

http://www.portical.org/tv/take-control-of-your-online-persona/325.htm

Join Susan Brooks-Young in this recorded webinar as she addresses why it has become increasingly important for you to take control of your online persona. She provides strategies that you can use to help protect yourself, colleagues, students, and others. Susan also shares a resource page with links to additional information you can use personally and share with others. An excellent digital citizenship resource.
 

100 useful search tools

http://www.online-college-blog.com/features/100-useful-tips-and-tools-to-research-the-deep-web/

This is a list of 100 different tools to search the Internet. Search tools to search listserves, images, blogs, and all types of media and resources.
 

1:1 Essentials - Common Source Media

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/1to1

The Essential 1:1 Program from Common Sense Media is an outstanding resource to provide direction and guidance on issues that schools face when going 1-to-1. They encourage you to explore, customize, and choose the resources that will best support your school community. Resources include, videos, ways to support teachers, and ways to engage your community.
 

A complete guide to web, Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus privacy and security!

http://www.theedublogger.com/2011/07/14/how-to-check-your-web-footprint/

This web-based guide and downloadable PDF provides you up-to-the-date information on staying safe and secure with all the social media you, your students, and staff are using. Walks you through all the privacy settings you need for Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and more!
 

A Research Definition of Bullying

http://www.cobbk12.org/preventionintervention/Bully/Definition%20of%20Bullying.pdf

Dan Olweus, a researcher from Norway and reknowned expert in the field of bullying offers a clear definition of what does, and does not, constitute bullying. The four criteria included in his definition are very helpful to educators who are trying to determine when bullying is taking place.
 

ABLEDATA

http://www.abledata.com

This is a comprehensive database of products and services for assistive technology. The database is organized in a logical manner based on disabilities and types of products. ABLEDATA provides objective information about assistive technology products and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources. The site also provides opportunities for users to rate assistive technology products.
 

Acceptable Internet Use Policy

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/safety_crisis_management/internet_safety/acceptable_use_policy.shtml

Virginia Department of Education has put together a comprehensive resource list of what to include and how to write an acceptable use policy (AUP)for your school or district. The page includes resources such as templates, samples, and resources relating to ethics, safety, and copyright.
 

Acceptable Use Policies

http://www.portical.org/barnett_intro.html#aup

One in a series of brief, narrated slide presentations by Harvey Barnett, Senior Research Associate at WestEd. This presentation is 9 minutes long and focuses on why your school needs an acceptable use policy (AUP) and what it should contain. A printable version is also available.
 

ACSA-PARC Intern Blog

http://acsa-parc.blogspot.com/

Teams of California Administrators have had the opportunity to participate as Interns at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) for several years. PARC is world-famous for their high levels of collaboration, innovations, and technology inventions. This blog was developed to capture reflections and implications of the Intern experience. School leaders can download presentations that would be useful for personal and professional development. Check it out!
 
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