The CIS Controls Implementation Groups take a “horizontal” look across all of the CIS Controls and identify a set of Sub-Controls to provide a simple and accessible way to help organizations of different classes focus their security resources.
The Learning Technology Center selected 43 security best practices that all districts should implement to comply with the Student Online Personal Protection Act. The practices align with CIS Controls, a globally recognized cybersecurity standard, and are vetted by Illinois school district technology leaders.
Do your students need some reminders of good email etiquette? Use these clear and concise infographics to give them a gentle nudge in the right direction! Graphics are available to download and share on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Are your kids ready for remote learning, but your house is not?
Are you dreading shelling out too much money for yet another piece of furniture (let alone where it is going to fit in your house!)?
Check out these creative workspace solutions for the at-home, remote learners in your life. Most importantly, each solution comes in at under $40.00 (including optional supplies)!
Struggling to set boundaries for class video calls? This infographic sets out clear guidelines for parents and caregivers to follow while students are engaging in remote learning from home.
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Ignite Creativity in your Chromebook Classroom: 60+ Tools and Lessons to Spark Creativity is an interactive book with images, videos, and audio that introduces educators to new ways of teaching and creating through technology.
A slide deck from the U.S. Department of Education’s presentation on FERPA and virtual learning. Included is an overview of FERPA and scenario-based responses.
CoSN, the national professional organization for K – 12 technology leaders, addresses cybersecurity concerns related to COVID-19.
A survey to assess technical capabilities and remote learning support.
The American Library Association provides an overview of the TEACH Act, which defines the terms and conditions on which accredited, nonprofit educational institutions throughout the U.S. may use copyright-protected materials in distance education-including on websites and by other digital means–without permission from the copyright owner and without payment of royalties.