TIES – Can schools regulate cyberbullying, harassment, and social networking?

Yesterday at the TIES conference I had the honor of giving the lunchtime presentation (i.e., I was the only presentation during that time slot). I gave a presentation titled Can Schools Regulate Cyberbullying, Harassment, and Social Networking? I discussed some general legal principles related to off-campus student cyberspeech, highlighted the only six court decisions I can find on this topic, and answered a lot of great questions from the audience.

The materials from this presentation are available on my TIES 2006 web page, including both my PowerPoint slides and the podcast I made of the presentation.

2 Responses to “TIES – Can schools regulate cyberbullying, harassment, and social networking?”

  1. Great presentation, Scott! I listened to it on the way home from work today…definitely worth a listen, and I shared it with other tech directors in Texas.

    I particularly enjoyed the cases you shared and the subsequent question-and-answer session. As I was listening, I wondered what were some things administrators needed to know, and how I could design an admin leadership seminar around those need to know items.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Best wishes,
    Miguel Guhlin
    Around the Corner-MGuhlin.net

  2. TIES Conference very Web 1.0

    There doesnt seem to be much blogging, podcasting, and tagging going on at this years TIES Conference. Scott McLeod put his lunch time session online in audio form. So far a Technorati search reveals a grand total of three different peop…

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