Good morning, Interesting thread. Along these same lines, does any district/school have policies in place to accompany the use of technology as it pertains to the creation of content? If school devices are used, do schools require inventory of the curriculum developed? (i.e. Work made for hire.) As we expand Vermont's efforts on the OER front, it would be interesting to see sample language schools might have pertaining to the development of content and "ownership" so that more resource sharing could happen through OER Commons. On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 8:45 AM, Rebecca Machia <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Hi Will, > Always a toughie - we want teachers to use devices to learn, plan, and > prepare, however, we need to maintain the security of those devices. > > I've adopted a routine of using the month of June for just this purpose. > That way, I'm not interfering with summer time learning and I'm still able > to get some hands on time. I also update devices over the winter break so > that I'm not an entire year behind. > > Rebecca Machia > ACMT, MCP > Morristown Elementary School > -- *Jeff Renard* Director Vermont Virtual Learning Cooperative 307 South Street Springfield, VT 05156 (802) 885-8331 phone (802) 885-8454 fax <[log in to unmask]> *Twitter:* @vtvlcjeff *LinkedIn:* https://www.linkedin.com <https://www.linkedin.com/pub/jeff-renard/22/337/69> *Facebook:* https://www.facebook.com/vermontvirtual Need to have a quick phone chat? *Schedule a time. <https://calendly.com/jrenard>* *WARNING*: This message may contain information that is confidential and/or protected under the Family Rights and Privacy Act or other lawfully recognized privilege. If you received this message in error or through inappropriate means, please reply to this message to notify the Sender that the message was received by you in error, and then permanently delete this message from all storage media, without forwarding or retaining a copy.