All Things SOPPA

If you have questions relating to the new Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), then you’re not alone. Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley for “All Things SOPPA”, a weekly discussion about the process and procedures of achieving SOPPA compliance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with their peers, as well as receive up-to-date recommendations as compliance day approaches.

All Things SOPPA

If you have questions relating to the new Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), then you’re not alone. Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley for “All Things SOPPA”, a weekly discussion about the process and procedures of achieving SOPPA compliance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with their peers, as well as receive up-to-date recommendations as compliance day approaches.

All Things SOPPA

If you have questions relating to the new Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), then you’re not alone. Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley for “All Things SOPPA”, a weekly discussion about the process and procedures of achieving SOPPA compliance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with their peers, as well as receive up-to-date recommendations as compliance day approaches.

Managing DPAs for SOPPA by Using the ISPA/SDPC Database

SOPPA compliance day (July 1, 2021) is just a couple months away. If you’re still have questions about managing and displaying DPAs (data privacy agreements), then this webinar is for you. In this session, you’ll learn all about the Illinois Student Privacy Alliance (ISPA) and Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) database tools, as well as how those tools can be utilized to manage and display DPAs in accordance with Illinois’ newest student data privacy law.

Get started by joining the ISPA and reviewing the resources over ay the https://ltcillinois.org/services/ispa.

All Things SOPPA

If you have questions relating to the new Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), then you’re not alone. Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley for “All Things SOPPA”, a weekly discussion about the process and procedures of achieving SOPPA compliance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with their peers, as well as receive up-to-date recommendations as compliance day approaches.

Using the IL-NDPA for SOPPA Compliance

In this session, participants will learn about the structure, functionality, and use of the Illinois – National Data Privacy Agreement (IL-NDPA), which was created through the joint efforts of the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC), Learning Technology Center (LTC), Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB), and the Illinois Council of School Attorneys (ICSA).

The IL-NDPA’s goals are to streamline data privacy agreements (DPA) and set common expectations between schools/districts and marketplace providers. The Learning Technology Center of Illinois is the SDPC Alliance Member representing Illinois schools. In turn, this allows any school in Illinois to utilize the resources of the SDPC, including the NDPA and the Illinois Student Privacy Alliance (ISPA)/SDPC database tools.

The IL-NDPA includes an Exhibit G for Illinois state terms in accordance with the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA) Amendments and other Illinois legislation. This Exhibit G has been reviewed and updated as of March 15, 2021 through the work of IASB and the ICSA’s SOPPA Working Group.

Get started by joining the ISPA and reviewing the resources on the https://ltcillinois.org/services/ispa webpage.

SOPPA Roundtable

If you have questions relating to the new Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), then you’re not alone. Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley for a “SOPPA Roundtable”, about the process and procedures of achieving SOPPA compliance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with their peers, as well as receive up-to-date recommendations as compliance day approaches. This event will be in-person on April 29, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at ROE #3 Professional Development Center. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. This training is FREE. 3 PD hours will be provided upon completion of the training.

This is an in-person event.

All Things SOPPA

If you have questions relating to the new Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA), then you’re not alone. Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley for “All Things SOPPA”, a weekly discussion about the process and procedures of achieving SOPPA compliance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with their peers, as well as receive up-to-date recommendations as compliance day approaches.

Managing DPAs for SOPPA by Using the ISPA/SDPC Database

SOPPA compliance day (July 1, 2021) is just a couple months away. If you’re still have questions about managing and displaying DPAs (data privacy agreements), then this webinar is for you. In this session, you’ll learn all about the Illinois Student Privacy Alliance (ISPA) and Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC) database tools, as well as how those tools can be utilized to manage and display DPAs in accordance with Illinois’ newest student data privacy law.

Get started by joining the ISPA and reviewing the resources over ay the https://ltcillinois.org/services/ispa.

Student Data Privacy Tech Tools Panel

Are you trying to decide what tech tools your institution needs to comply with new and existing student data privacy laws? Join us to hear from districts around the state that are using a variety of tech tools – including the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC), CatchOn, Learn Platform, and EdPrivacy: K-12 Privacy Compliance Framework – to meet this important and legally-mandated goal. There will also be time for a Q & A during this session.