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i-SAFE Direct AUP
Allows for a single administrator to create and execute the district wide AUP process, with an intuitive step by step guide to create customized documents, integrate with district directories of verified parents and guardians with the flexibility to deploy in individual schools, by grade or by group, to monitor progress, and then report and store documents in compliance with COPPA.
i-SAFE Direct VPC
Enables districts and schools to communicate clearly and specifically with parents and guardians about what commercial online sites, services and apps are being used in their child’s education, and to request VPC for their usage. Simplifies parent’s review of privacy policies, and mitigates school’s risk when providers distribute both educational and commercial products.
i-SAFE Direct My Ok
Is a consumer application integrated into all i-SAFE identity management services, providing text or email notification, and a single dashboard from which people can review and approve requests for the use of personal information by sites, services, games, etc., or to review and approve education related documents such as AUP’s.
What Happened in 2015?
Beyond the Fear Factor
Astonishing Amounts of Data Collected About Children
You can now bundle your i-SAFE DC4 Digital Programming subscription with an i-SAFE Direct Subscription. The Value you receive on a bundled subscription is “savings of time and money.” Implementation is easy and the cost is amazing!
i-SAFE Direct allows schools to seamlessly manage every situation...
Since October of 2012, millions of educators and stakeholders from around the globe have participated in Connected Educator Month (CEM). One of the themes for this year’s efforts, Future Ready, explores the challenges that school and district leaders face...
Educational technology has brought about new opportunities and challenges surrounding student data privacy. Often, the laws and practices approach the issue from the perspective of administrators, educators and third parties who provide online sites and services.
But what do parents think about student data...