Social Media

Student Denied Reduced Bail After Cho-Like Threat

MONTGOMERY, Ala.

Student Threatens ‘Virginia Tech-Style’ Shooting on Facebook Page

NEW YORK

Facebook Faces a Backlash

NEW YORK

DOE Requires Universities to Curb Online Sexual Harassment

WASHINGTON

K-12 District ‘Tweets’ During Summer Break

BANDERA, Texas

6 Ways to Communicate with Millennials About Social Networking

Identity fraud and other illegal Web activities associated with social networking sites are on the rise. School officials must understand the most effective ways to communicate with Millennials so campus online safety programs will have the greatest impact.

Read: Your Mass Notification Cheat Sheet

Your Mass Notification Cheat Sheet

Here’s a breakdown of some of the pros and cons of the more commonly used emergency alert systems. Deploying multiple modes will help to ensure the strengths of one solution compensate for the weaknesses of others. Also, be certain to account for the hearing and sight impaired.

Read: When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working

When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working

A major social networking company has agreed to mirror UCLA’s Web site during emergencies. If all goes according to plan, this pilot program will prevent the university’s site from crashing due to an overload of traffic that often occurs when disasters strikes.

Read: District’s Internet Safety Program Yields Results

District’s Internet Safety Program Yields Results

Read: She Dares to Be Different

She Dares to Be Different

Alex Branaman, district chief for the Alachua County (Fla.)Public Schools, demonstrates that there are alternative ways tostructure a campus security force and deal with common campus safetyissues.

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