My top codes of ethics when using technology in the classroom or workplace:
- First, learners must not share your private account (e.g., password of email, software) for others, even their teachers or direct managers.
- Do not ask to provide device passwords, other people’s accounts. If you accidentally have someone else’s password, you must notify the owner and do not use it for curious or nefarious purposes.
3. Ensure copyright, share resources with permission, have citations and do not disclose personal information beyond the wishes of others.
4. Respect personal information, do not observe other people’s computer or phone screens without prior notice or consent, unless you are responsible for monitoring.
5. Informing and sharing ethical rules and information security skills when using technology with partners, colleagues, and students.
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