Barracuda & iPrism web-filters can let that stuff through and filter it too. I have not set it up yet myself; soon.
Grand Isle Supervisory
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2012 9:03 AM
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Subject: Re: AUP and procedures in place for BYOD and opening up youtube, social networks
You are welcome to look at my stuff: http://www.msjvermont.org/admissions/technology-forms I want to consolidate the technology AUP's into something no longer than 2 pages and I also want to change it from an opt-in to an opt-out policy. And to opt-out they will have to physically speak with me first.
If you are going to open up social networks and youtube you probably should include a clause that you have the right to block them without notice if they start providing a negative impact on education, for example youtube eating up all the bandwidth, or what happened at msj with Facebook was that Farmville took over the entire school faster than teacher adoption, so I closed it.
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On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 2:34 PM, Patricia Aigner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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Has anyone changed their AUP and procedures for a DYOD and opening up their filter for youtube & social networks? I could use some ideas on language, expectations, etc.
As always, most appreciated!
Director of Technology
Rutland City Public Schools
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