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Your Child’s Online Experience Acceptable Use Policy, Online Safety, & Photo Permission Forms. Meredith Booth Bailey Hannapel Beth Sherron. Table of Contents. Acceptable Use Policies What is it and why is it necessary? The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)

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your child s online experience acceptable use policy online safety photo permission forms

Your Child’s Online ExperienceAcceptable Use Policy, Online Safety, & Photo Permission Forms

Meredith Booth

Bailey Hannapel

Beth Sherron

table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Acceptable Use Policies
      • What is it and why is it necessary?
  • The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
      • How does COPPA protect my child?
  • Photo Permission Forms
      • Why are they necessary?
      • Should I sign one for my child?
  • More information
      • Ms. Booth’s ikeepbookmarks webpage
acceptable use policy aup
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
  • An AUP is a set of general guidelines that outlines what is appropriate and inappropriate use of school computers and networks.
  • WHY? An AUP protects students from viewing unsuitable material on the Internet, protects students’ privacy and school liability.
  • Both the student and parent sign the AUP stating that they will abide by the guidelines set forth by the school system.
aups continued
AUPs Continued…
  • AUPs vary from school system to school system.
  • For more information on our school district’s AUP for elementary school students, check out this link: http://www.abss.k12.nc.us/student_parent/policies/elemaup.html
children s online privacy protection act coppa
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
  • Students under age 13 must have parental consent for commercial websites to collect personal information.
  • Parents, or teachers during the school day, can give consent or revoke their consent at any time.
  • Most school districts have a strict policy about disclosing student information.
coppa continued
COPPA Continued…
  • Parents and teachers must work together to ensure student online privacy
  • For more information on COPPA: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/online/teachers.htm
photo permission forms
Photo Permission Forms
  • Parents must sign a photo permission form stating whether or not their child’s name, picture, or other work may be published.
  • The student’s work may then be published in newsletters, local newspapers, or other school publications.
  • Here is an example of what a photo permission form might look like http://www.frsd.k12.nj.us/boe/04-05/photo.pdf
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Photo Permission Continued…
  • In our school, if permission is given, a student’s work will be posted using their first name only.
  • Group photos, however, that do not include students’ names do not require parental permission.
  • We will use class websites to publish student work on the Internet so that it can be viewed by parents, students, relatives, and other teachers.
for more information
For more information
  • For more information about online safety, check out:

Ms. Booth's Bookmarks Webpage

  • Information for this presentation is courtesy of:

>The Virginia Department of Education

>The Federal Trade Commission

>Flemington-Raritan Regional Schools

and

>The Alamance-Burlington School District

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