Digital Citizenship Programs allow districts to focus on safe and appropriate internet access for each student based on their level of digital proficiency and online conduct. A recent study by The Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that 31% of students have been victims of bullying at school, much of that done online. Digital Citizenship Programs focus on the safe and appropriate use of technology by students and are more important now than ever in meeting state regulations regarding cyberbullying. Join this web seminar to find out how schools can control the level of Internet access for each student and how technology enables the freedom for students and administrators to utilize the internet without fear.
Topics to be covered include:
Mike Ribble, Ed. D., consultant, speaker and author on digital citizenship in schools
Greg French, CIO, Woodford County Schools, Kentucky
Jonathan Kidwell, Director of K-12 North America, Enterasys Networks
Bob Nilsson is the director of vertical solutions marketing at Enterasys Network
Who will benefit:
Superintendents; District CIOs, IT directors and technology coordinators; network managers, instructional technology leaders. Anyone may register.