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<ul><li> 1. New Employee Orientation San Antonio ISD Visit online - </li> <li> 2. Where can I find all this? <ul><li>Explore Online Resources for You at... </li></ul>Visit online - </li> <li> 3. Let s talk about the Big Picture.... Visit online - </li> <li> 4. Visit online - One Piece of the Puzzle Technology Management Information Systems Marcos Zorola, Chief Information Officer </li> <li> 5. Visit online - Electronic Communication and Data Management Policy Availability of Access Acceptable Use Policy Monitored Use Intellectual Property Rights 5 Ways to Avoid Inappropriate Email Spam and Junk Mail </li> <li> 6. Visit online - Availability of Access The Electronic Communication System is available primarily for instructional and administrative use. </li> <li> 7. Visit online - Availability of Access Avoid personal use when it imposes a cost or burden on the District resources, including your time and performance. </li> <li> 8. Visit online - Responsible Use Policy Purpose: Ensure appropriate/acceptable use of district equipment, email, and Internet with minimum disruption to email, other services, and activities. Source: Administrative Procedure: D5- Employee Acceptable Use </li> <li> 9. Visit online - Critical Reminder #1 Network Use must be in support of education and research , as well as consistent with the educational and/or job objectives of SAISD. Source: Administrative Procedure: D5- Employee Acceptable Use </li> <li> 10. Visit online - Critical Reminder #2 Use of wireless PC cards (e.g. AT&amp;T, Spring, Clear) or internet services not provided by SAISD with students are a violation of the Children s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). </li> <li> 11. Visit online - Email...Like a Postcard: Open to Everyone Electronic mail ( email ) transmissions and other use of the electronic communications system is NOT considered private. Designated District staff can be authorized to monitor such communication at any time to ensure appropriate use. Source: D5-Employee Acceptable Use Policy To: New and Existing Teachers Students Parents Visitors Image Source: </li> <li> 12. Visit online - Tips to Avoiding Email Problems To: New and Existing Teachers Students Parents Visitors <ul><li><ul><li>Avoid spam </li></ul></li></ul><ul><li><ul><li>Avoid volunteering email address on web sites. </li></ul></li></ul><ul><li><ul><li>Avoid buying content online with your SAISD email address. </li></ul></li></ul><ul><li><ul><li>Delete unknown senders </li></ul></li></ul><ul><li><ul><li>Report obscene or offensive content to </li></ul></li></ul><ul><li><ul><li>Never volunteer personal information online. </li></ul></li></ul></li> <li> 13. Visit online - Critical Reminder #3 - Social Media Using social media on your own and want to use it with your students? Be aware that SAISD Policy guides your usage. Source: </li> <li> 14. Visit online - SAISD Board Policy In accordance with administrative procedures , a certified or licensed employee, or any other employee designated in writing bythe Superintendent or a campus principal may use electronic media [social media] to communicate with currently enrolled students about matters within the scope of the employee s professional responsibilities . Allother employees are prohibited from using electronic media tocommunicate with students who are currently enrolled in the District. Source: Board Policy DH Local - Electronic Media </li> <li> 15. Visit online - District Approved Social Media Tools (some of them, anyways...if you d like to see one not listed here, follow the Electronic Resources Process at ) Teachers Only </li> <li> 16. Visit online - Critical Reminder #3 Be a role model when using electronic or social media, someone that everyone can look up to for appropriate use. </li> <li> 17. Visit online - Social Media Use Expectations Comply with all state, federal, local policies, administrative regulations and Code of Ethics and Standard Practices for Texas Educators, including FERPA, Public Information Act, Copyright law, as well as other prohibitions in Policy DF, EFE, CPC, and FL). </li> <li> 18. Visit online - Social Media Expectations Avoid discussions about anything unrelated to classwork, homework, tests and content outside the scope of your work as a professional educator and teacher interacting with student(s) . Source: </li> <li> 19. Visit online - Social Media Expectations Keep your social media interactions for work online public and accessible by anyone. Be transparent and open. </li> <li> 20. </li> <li> 21. Visit online - Teacher Resources To: New and Existing Teachers Students Parents Visitors </li> </ul>