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Apps & Web 2.0: Legal Issues in Using the Internet in Class
The growing use of Web 2.0 and social media in the classroom is generally seen as a good thing. It encourages collaboration, free exchange of ideas, and, in many cases, a richer learning experience. But there’s a flip side, too, and it manifests itself in concerns about privacy, safety and civility.
Concerns about privacy and personal safety are legitimate ones, and if they’re ignored, they can make students vulnerable – and institutions liable.
Learn about critical legal and other issues from a veteran online educator and attorney. In Apps & Web 2.0: Legal Issues in Using the Internet in Class, Stephanie Delaney, J.D., Ph.D., director of eLearning for Cascade Community College, explains the risks posed to students in the online space, the best practices you can use to manage them, and the potential liability if you don’t.
Watch a brief clip from the seminar:
During this fact-filled, 60-minute video presentation, she covers:
- The training faculty should receive on potential problems with Web 2.0 and apps.
- Policies necessary to protect student anonymity online.
- How to recognize signs of cyber bullying and stalking.
- What you should know about the unique concerns of students who have been victims of domestic violence.
- How to protect your institution from liability.
- How to stay within FERPA parameters.
- How to help faculty and students draw lines between personal and professional life.
- And much more.
When you order the recording of this seminar on CD, you’ll also receive a PDF of the transcript, all for the same price as attending the seminar live.
An optional Campus Access License is available for an additional $200. It allows the purchasing institution to upload the CD of the seminar onto the institution’s password-protected internal web site for unlimited access by members of the campus community.
Who will benefit:
- Distance education administrators
- Online faculty
- Academic administrators
- Faculty leads
Make sure you know how to protect your students and your institution from the potential pitfalls of Web 2.0 and app use. Order a copy of this important seminar.
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