Friday, 24 February 2012

Mobile Technologies and the Law

To support a rapidly growing interest in mobile technologies, JISC Legal will be running a live webcast on Mobile Technologies and the Law on 14 March.

This webcast is aimed at staff in colleges and universities with responsibility for planning and managing the introduction and use of mobile technologies in their institution. It is also of relevance to lecturers, researchers and support staff using or supporting the use mobile technologies in the workplace. Legal issues will include the e-safety of vulnerable and young learners, as well as data security and protection, accessibility, liability and copyright.

This webcast will highlight good legal practice for institutions, allowing colleges and universities to go forward with an awareness of the legal risks, and being confident in compliance.

Visit the website to view the webcast programme or visit to access the webcast. No registration required, simply follow the link.

Please send in any questions or email


Related wobble posts:

JISC Legal advice for Learning Providers
Safeguarding Learners - Tips for E-Safety

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