Participation and collaboration in K-12 schools


Security Risks in Social Media Technologies is relevant to the whole gamut of public service applications. This chapter investigates the security issues associated with a single public service application – K-12 (primary and secondary) schools, and the types of problems that might be encountered in a participation–collaboration pattern used in the school environment. It is particularly concerned with the use of social media in schools. The chapter covers the threats, security measures, and AUPs specific to these applications. Social networking sites could be used by students, teachers, school administrators, and parents. Teachers are aware of the benefits that could accrue but are ...

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