Mobile Technologies and the Law Webcast (14 March 2012)

Our Mobile Technologies and the Law webcast (streamed live on 14 March 2012) can now be accessed in captioned, bite-sized segments below.  

Presented as a mix of scenarios, presentations and panel discussion, this webcast is a practical, relevant guide to the legal issues involved in using mobile devices in teaching and learning as well as staff and student support in your college or university.

You can also access our accompanying guidance documents:

Legal Use of Mobile Technologies in FE and HE: a Checklist;

Security, Mobile Devices and Data Protection

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Our streamed, captioned version.  To view the captions, select CTRL + Shift + C.

Section 1: Introduction to the Webcast
Section 2: Scenarios to Set the Scene
Section 3: Overview of the Law and Liability in the Use of Mobile Technologies
Section 4: Copyright in Content Accessed or Delivered to Mobile Devices 
Section 5: Accessibility Issues in Mobile Use
Section 6: Top tips on Copyright and Accessibility
Section 7: Your Questions on Copyright and Accessibility.....Answered
Section 8: E-safety and Mobile Technologies
Section 9: Data Protection and Security in your Teaching or Support role
Section 10: Panel Discussion on E-safety and Data Protection
Section 11: Checklist
Section 12: Conclusions and JISC Legal Tools and Aids

Our downloadable version (hosted by Vimeo) -

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Section 1: Introduction to the Webcast
Section 2: Scenarios to Set the Scene
Section 3: Overview of the Law and Liability in the Use of Mobile Technologies
Section 4: Copyright in Content Accessed or Delivered to Mobile Devices 
Section 5: Accessibility Issues in Mobile Use
Section 6: Top tips on Copyright and Accessibility
Section 7: Your Questions on Copyright and Accessibility.....Answered
Section 8: E-safety and Mobile Technologies
Section 9: Data Protection and Security in your Teaching or Support role
Section 10: Panel Discussion on E safety and Data Protection
Section 11: Checklist
Section 12: Conclusions and JISC Legal Tools and Aids

A full transcript is available in HTMLWord and PDF format.

Other Resources

JISC TechDis Resources

JISC InfoNet Mobile Learning Toolkit 

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Posted on 04/04/2012