Information Technology: Acceptable Use Procedures

School districts use AUPs (Acceptable Use Procedures) to help define acceptable behaviors by student and staff users of information systems. It is critical that every employee in the district review and understand the terms of the Klein ISD Acceptable Use Procedure. Teachers must assure that their students understand the responsibilities that go along with access to the district's network and the consequences for any violations of the district's AUP.

Student Guidelines for Acceptable Use of Technology Resources


These guidelines are provided so that students and parents are aware of the responsibilities students accept when they use District-owned computer hardware, operating system software, application software, stored text, data files, electronic mail, local databases, removable media, digitized information, communication technologies, and Internet access. In general, this requires efficient, ethical, and legal utilization of all technology resources.

NonSchool User Guidelines for Acceptable Use of Technology Resources

You are being given access to the District’s electronic communications system. Through this system, you will be able to communicate with other schools, colleges, organizations, and people around the world through the Internet and other electronic information systems/networks. You will have access to hundreds of databases, libraries, and computer services all over the world. With this opportunity comes responsibility. It is important that you read the District policy, administrative regulations, and agreement form and ask questions if you need help in understanding them. Inappropriate system use will result in the loss of the privilege to use this educational tool.

Please note that the Internet is a network of many types of communication and information networks. It is possible that you may run across some material you might find objectionable. While the District will use filtering technology to restrict access to such material, it is not possible to absolutely prevent such access. It will be your responsibility to follow the rules for appropriate use.
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