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Provide staff with essential guidance to raise e-safety awareness and encourage effective practice.
This Essentials Guide provides readers with a direct, point-by-point guide to the Equality Act 2010's disability discrimination provisions and their application to further and higher education.
This briefing addresses the legal issues that further and higher education institutions may face when engaging with employers as part of their Business and Community Engagement ("BCE") activities.
This briefing gives an overview of some of the legal issues which institutions can face when carrying out cultural and public engagement activities as part of their Business and Community Engagement ("BCE") activities.
This is a recording of our Recording Lectures and Screencasts webcast from April 2011, available in captioned, bite-sized segments. It is a practical, relevant guide to the legal, technical and accessibility issues involved in recording lectures and screencasts.
These Top Ten Tips were created to celebrate JISC Legal's 10th anniversary, all the while looking forward to the challenges UK FE and HE will face in the next ten years.
When developing e-learning environments or authoring elearning materials, it is important that educational institutions and e-learning authors bear in mind the institution’s obligations under disability discrimination legislation.
This paper identifies good copyright practice specifically for those in Further Education.
An examination of what legal duty of care is required in the ICT environment by FE and HE institutions.
Guidance on potential liability for FE and HE in storing information on networks, best practice and limitation of risk.
This document describes an investigation process, the legal issues to be considered and provides guidance in formulation of an institutions policy in dealing with incidents of computer misuse and their subsequent investigation at institutions.
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