GOVERNING BOARD POLICY ON ACCEPTABLE USE OF TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES IJNDB
USE OF TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES IN INSTRUCTION
Appropriate Use of Electronic Information Services
The District may provide electronic information services (EIS) to qualified students, teachers, and other personnel who attend or who are employed by the District. Electronic information services include networks (e.g., LAN, WAN, Internet), databases, and any computer-accessible source of information, whether from hard drives, tapes, compact disks (CDs), floppy disks, or other electronic sources. The use of the services shall be in support of education, research, and the educational goals of the District. To assure that the EIS is used in an appropriate manner and for the educational purposes intended, the District will require anyone who uses the EIS to follow its guidelines and procedures for appropriate use. Anyone who misuses, abuses, or chooses not to follow the EIS guidelines and procedures will be denied access to the District’s EIS and may be subject to disciplinary action.
Each user will be required to sign an EIS user’s agreement. The District may log the use of all systems and monitor all system utilization. Accounts may be closed and files may be deleted at any time. The District is not responsible for any service interruptions, changes, or consequences. The District reserves the right to establish rules and regulations as necessary for the efficient operation of the electronic information services.
The District does not assume liability for information retrieved via EIS, nor does it assume any liability for any information lost, damaged, or unavailable due to technical or other difficulties.
Filtering and Internet Safety
The District shall provide for technology protection measures that protect against Internet access by both adults and minors to visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography, or, with respect to use of the computers by students, harmful to students. The protective measures shall also include monitoring the online activities of students.
Limits, controls, and prohibitions shall be placed on student:
The Superintendent is responsible for establishing and enforcing the District’s electronic information services guidelines and procedures for appropriate technology protection measures (filters), monitoring, and use.
Adopted: date of manual adoption