An AUP is a document that clearly outlines what is and is not acceptable behavior, as well as the consequences of unacceptable behaviors.
An educational institution must be for profit to be eligible for the TEACH Act.
Fair use refers to the part of U.S. copyright law that allows unlimited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the copyright holder.
Materials that have entered public domain may be freely used and distributed.
One of the best methods for preventing cheating is to design assessments that encourage higher-order and critical thinking.
FERPA addresses inappropriate use of other people's work.
Strong password protection suggests changing your passwords as least every several months.
Biometric devices are used for password security.
Spam is unwanted messages that can lead to substantial losses and may include language or pictures that are unsuitable for your students.
The digital divide refers to a programming language.