Cramer, M., & Hayes, G. (2010, July-Sept.). Acceptable use of technology in schools: Risks, policies, and promises. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 9(3), 37-44. doi: 10.1109/MPRV.2010.42 This resource provides a guide to acceptable use policies in schools.
Gallagher, C., McMenemy, D., & Poulter, A. (2015). Management of acceptable use of computing facilities in the public library: Avoiding a panoptic gaze? Journal of Documentation, 71(3), 572–590. This journal article provides information on how to manage AUPs in a public library.
State College Area School District. (2019). Online Acceptable Use Policy. This is an example of an Online Acceptable Use Policy from a college in Pennsylvania and provides important information about the use of social media.
Williamson, R., Principals’ Partnership, & Union Pacific Foundation. (2010). Social media: Developing an acceptable use policy. Research Brief. In Principals’ Partnership. Principals’ Partnership. This resource provides information about Acceptable Use Policies that are inclusive of the use of social media.
In addition to the above resources, all references provided for this course can be used for resources for this Signature Assignment.
Katy Independent School District. (2015). This is the Responsible Use Guidelines from a school district in Katy, Texas that includes information about the required training for students who use district-owned devices.
IES>NCES. (n.d.). Weaving a secure web around education: A guide to technology standards. Appendix e – 1 policies and procedures (samples): Acceptable use policy. This is a policies and procedures guide for standard use of technologies.