This webcast will highlight good legal practice for institutions across a range of concern areas allowing colleges and universities to go forward with an awareness of the legal risks and being confident in compliance. It will provide an opportunity to hear first hand how colleges and universities are currently using mobile technologies and the legal compliance issues which arise in such use. Jisc Legal specialists will be on hand to respond to your questions and comments.
'Crisis College Causes Mobile Mayhem – USB Stick and Mobile Phone containing personal information on students left at bus stop.'
Similar headlines have appeared in recent years with increasing frequency reflecting the rise in use of mobile devices.
Legal issues to be covered:
- Privacy and Security- do learners have the right to opt-out? How can location data be used lawfully? What level of privacy must be ensured?
- Identity management and authenticity - how can these work legally?
- Accessibility – what are the legal obligations?
- e-Safety and young learners - what are the institutions duties?
- Loss of information – a real issue for learner or research work?
- Liability - how can acceptable use by defined? How must the institution deal with unacceptable behaviour?
- Copyright - what are the consequences of allowing off-site access to e-resources?
Setting the Scene
Highlighting some practical issues that arise in using mobile technologies in colleges and universities
Law on the Run
Overview of the law and liability in the use of mobile technologies in teaching, learning and research
Licensed to Run
Copyright in content accessed or delivered to mobile devices
Access on the Hoof
Accessibility issues areas to watch and tools to use to get the best from mobile use
Quick Fire Jisc Legal Top Tips
On copyright and accessibility
Viewers Questions on Accessibility and Copyright
An opportunity to have your questions answered
Mobile technologies and e-Safety for vulnerable and young learners
Run and Hide
Data protection and security in your mobile teaching, research and support role
Panel Discussion on e-Safety and Data Protection
At the Starting Line
Our top legal considerations before lining up at the mobile starting blocks
Running Smoothly and with Mobility
Conclusions and Jisc Legal tools and assistance
Who should attend
This webinar from JISC Legal is aimed at staff in colleges and universities with responsibility for planning and managing the introduction and use of mobile technologies in their institution. It is also of relevance to lecturers, researchers and support staff using or supporting the use mobile technologies in the workplace.