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  1. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY OVERVIEW

  2. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY • All students and staff must agree to the AUP prior to receiving their network account. • The AUP will be displayed on the screen at first login. It is divided into 3 sections. ( Policy, Guidelines and Laptop checkout ) • Policy does state that all networked computers can and will be monitored. • All software is tracked for licensing purposes. New software must be approved thru the approval form. ( in handout packet ) • Downloading of files and programs also requires a software approval request.

  3. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY • The AUP will be displayed on the screen at first login. It is divided into 3 sections. ( Policy, Guidelines and Laptop checkout )

  4. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY • All software is tracked for licensing purposes. New software must be approved thru the approval form. (in handout packet) • Downloading of files and programs also requires a software approval request. • URL to Download Software Form:http://www.whitehouseisd.org/departments/technology/forms.php

  5. EMAIL • Viruses are the number 1 problem with email today. • We began filtering all emails for viruses back in the year 2000. Our system will generate an automatic email to the sender if a virus is detected. • Spam is the second largest problem and we installed a filter to handle this problem.

  6. Email Guidelines • Manage your own email by deleting unwanted and older messages. • Your email will automatically be archived to your network directory after 6 months. • Watch for Viruses and do not open mail from anyone you do not know. • Do not send or return “chain letters” it only serves to verify your address. • Students do not have email accounts

  7. Online Conduct • Please pay special attention to this section on page 2 of the AUP. It contains the most important do’s and don’ts. • WISD is CIPA (Children's Internet Protection ACT) compliant. We are filtering some 30,000 objectionable sites per month. • Instant Messaging is not permitted in the district. Students are not permitted in chat rooms. • All web pages must be approved by the technology department. We encourage any new content and designs.

  8. Online Conduct • Please pay special attention to this section on page 2 of the AUP. It contains the most important do’s and don’ts.

  9. Online Conduct • WISD is CIPA (Children's Internet Protection ACT) compliant. We are filtering some 30,000 objectionable sites per month.