Bring Your Own Device: Policies & Procedures to Avoid Legal Issues
Recording Price: $199.00
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A Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program is a great way to enhance the learning experience and increase student engagement at your school. However, without proper policies and procedures in place, student devices can cause classroom distractions and put the school's network at risk. How can your K-12 school institute a BYOD program while still addressing potential issues and protect itself from liability? Join us for this highly-informative, 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
What BYOD means for your school: Keys to Ensure Security
How to overcome challenges with the BYOD model
Responsible use: Rules to draft the perfect policy
Monitoring and filtering: Specific Security Strategies for your School
BYOD Policy: Strategies to Ensure Successful Implementation
How to overcome common challenges when implementing a BYOD policy
Budgeting: 6 critical areas to consider when investing in a BYOD program
Managing the BYOD classroom: Powerful training strategies for teachers
Protecting the Network: Key Security Issues You Must Address
Specific steps to create a separate segmented network for students
Monitoring and filtering: Ensure only authenticated users can access network
Strategies to keep school databases and sensitive information safe
Responsible Use: Proven Policies to Minimize Legal Liability
8 specific rules your Responsible Use Policy must include to ensure success
Make students accountable: Keys to develop usage guidelines for students
Navigating the Digital Divide: How to ensure access to devices for all students
Interactive Q&A Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Sam Gliksman, is an Educational Technology Director and consultant to a variety of independent California K-12 schools.
Sam is the author of "iPad in Education for Dummies" published in January 2013 and has implemented several 1:1 school iPad and BYOD programs.
He has lectured at both national and international conferences, and founded the iPads in Education network website which has over 7,000 active members from schools around the world.
Recently Sam was invited to Athens to advise the Prime Minister and Government of Greece on mobile educational technology initiatives.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover strategies to effectively implement a safe and secure BYOD policy in your K-12 school.