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					                 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 73 (KAMLOOPS/THOMPSON)

                                         POLICY 208-8

                                                                     Effective Date, June 26, 2006

                    USE OF PERSONAL COMPUTERS AND LAPTOPS

The Board of Education recognizes that staff may bring personal computers to their work
location to help perform their duties (i.e. a teacher using a personal laptop to record marks). In
such cases, this use is subject to supervisor approval, is subject to Policies 208-2 and 208-3 and
requires the exercise of due diligence with respect to files containing work-related information,
confidential information and student data.

                                        REGULATIONS

To connect a personal computer (including desktop computers, notebooks, Personal Digital
Assistants (PDA’s) and other network-enabled devices) to the District network, the following
conditions must be met:

1.     A computer technician will be consulted to determine the network resources requested
       and the suitability of the equipment.

2.     Up-to-date virus protection software must be licensed and installed for the computer.

3.     The computer must be running an operating system that allows for appropriate network
       security to be applied (e.g. Windows XP Pro, 2000 Pro, 98 but not XP Home edition, ME
       or 95).

4.     Staff will make prudent, work-related use of network resources.

5.     The Board assumes no obligation for the support of the personal equipment, neither will
       it accept any liability for modifications made to the equipment as a result of establishing
       a connection.

6.     The owner of the equipment will disconnect the equipment at the request of any
       supervisor or Information Technology staff member.

Students and guests who bring personal computing equipment to District locations will not be
permitted to connect to the network, unless specific permission is obtained. Adequate security
protection will be required in the form of current virus protection software.

The Board accepts no responsibility for theft or damage that may occur to personal items brought
to the school or the worksite.

				
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