ACCEPTABLE USE OF TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES POLICY AT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL
Campbell High School provides for the educational needs of students through a range of Learning Technology resources. These include, but are not limited to the following specialised hardware:
- Networked desktop PCs in computer labs, the Learning Support Unit and the Library
- 6 sets of wireless networked netbook computers on a trolley for classroom use
- Interactive whiteboards in designated classrooms
- Specialised multi-media PCs for digital photography and video
- Online catalogue machines to search library resources
- Data projectors for presentation purposes
- Digital photo and video cameras
- Graphic calculators for use in Mathematics
- Data loggers for data collection and analysis in Science.
Students have access to the student Local Area Network (LAN) on which much of the hardware is linked using a secure username and password. This account allows the student to access the network for a range of purposes. These may include working with applications such as Adobe Photoshop Elements and programs within Microsoft Office.
Students have access to the Internet via their unique user name and password which allows them to access the resources on the cLc (our virtual learning environment).
Students and parents/guardians are required to read this policy, sign and return to the school, the attached ACCEPTABLE USE OF TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL agreement before an individual account will be activated.
These resources are seen as vitally important to the learning environment of Campbell High students. However, access is a privilege and not a right. All rights entail responsibilities and these are listed below for the school, the parents and the student body of Campbell High School.
Click here to view the complete Acceptable use of technology resources at Campbell High School policy.