Protecting Student Privacy in Media
Protecting student data is a responsibility that all schools take seriously. A photo of a student is considered personally identifiable information (PII) and is subject to just as much care as schools take with all other forms of student data. However, trying to prevent photos from being shared publicly on social media is an impossible task because of how this generation interacts. What if you can provide an environment where media literacy and citizenship is not only preached, but practiced? What if you can regain control over how every photo and video captured throughout the school year from your students, families, and teachers can become a personal story of student achievement and a symbol of school pride? What if this content can be systematically collected to build a living media portfolio of every student's journey for their years at your school? Join the president of Vidigami and the director of IT from John Cooper School in this important discussion around how managing the privacy of your school photos and videos can be your most powerful tool in connecting your school community.
Meet the Speakers
Mandy Chan is a serial entrepreneur with two decades of leadership in new market development and product innovation in education. Mandy holds 13 patents in intelligent mobile call management and has an extensive background in internet and digital media. Before being the president and founder of Vidigami, Mandy’s first start-up kicked off QuickTime Streaming in 1999 by enabling Apple to broadcast the world’s first full bandwidth stereo audio over a 28K modem. At Vidigami, Mandy is bringing together her work experience and her inspirations as a parent to provide schools with an intelligent content management and publishing platform to support privacy and security and digital transformation in education.
Scott Ardill is the Assistant Director of Technology at The John Cooper School. He has worked in education for 14 years as a teacher, information technologist, and educational technologist, and he holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in curriculum design and technology. Scott enjoys solving problems, challenging himself and others, and setting up and managing systems that enable teachers and students to thrive.
- Learning Objective: Attendees will be able to identify safe practices with digital media in order to protect their students' privacy.
- Field of Study: Communications and Marketing
- Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
- Program level: Basic
- Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparations: None
- Recommended CPE Credits 1.0 in Communications and Marketing.
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