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Risk management and in-class practicalities
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Risk management; In-class practicalities

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Lecture (f2f): Risk management

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TutorialIcon2.pngTutorial: Grad Dip Fair!

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IconGears.pngTech demo drop-in: Risk management

See Understanding risk online on the Using Social Media in the Classroom website
There you will find info on

IconGears.pngTech demo drop-in: In-class practicalities

See Practical and In-Class Considerations on the Using Social Media in the Classroom website
There you will find info on

  • Private vs public sites
  • Backups
  • Use of cookies and monitoring
  • Help and support available via social media services
  • Help and support available at school
  • Cross-platform and cross-browser functionality/usability
  • School bandwidth quotas
  • Students’ home internet access
  • Requiring students to register
  • Choice of service
  • Student identification and usernames
  • Students’ responsibility for work done under their own login details
  • Visibility of students’ work to each other
  • Preventing changes being made to the site after the due date
  • Posting of offensive material
  • Student user roles
  • Student administrators of class sites
  • Assessment

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Risk management, IP, copyright

This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips. M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Faculty of Education, Monash University, Melbourne. Available at http://newmediaresearch.educ.monash.edu.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=37. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Education Review. (2011). Pirates in the playground. Education Review, 8 February 2011. Available at http://www.educationreview.com.au/pages/section/article.php?s=Technology&idArticle=19841. Accessed 24 October 2011.

Electronic Frontier Foundation. (n.d.). Legal guide for bloggers. Available at https://www.eff.org/issues/bloggers/legal. Accessed 26 October 2011.

JISC infoNet. (2011). Infokit: Risk management. Available at http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/InfoKits/risk-management/index_html. Accessed 26 October 2011.

University of Edinburgh. (2007). Guidelines for using external Web 2.0 services. Available at https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/Web2wiki/Web+2.0+Guidelines. Accessed 26 October 2011.voice