Outline of the state of Nebraska

Acceptable Internet Use Policies

Acceptable Internet Use Policies

State law encourages districts to adopt acceptable Internet use policies or to provide instruction on safe Internet use.

92 Nebraska Administrative Code 10-0.4. Accreditation of Schools

LA 0.4 Multiple Literacies: Students will apply information fluency and practice digital citizenship.

  • LA 0.4.1 Information Fluency: Students will evaluate, create, and communicate information in a variety of media and formats (textual, visual, and digital).
  • LA 0.4.1.a With guidance, use provided print and digital resources to gather information, answer questions, and demonstrate understanding of valid information (e.g., fiction vs. nonfiction, real vs. not real).
  • LA 0.4.1.b With guidance, demonstrate ethical use of information and copyright guidelines by appropriately quoting or paraphrasing from a text and citing the source available resources (e.g., online citation tools).
  • LA 0.4.1.c Use or decipher multiple formats of print and digital text (e.g., manuscript, font, graphics, symbols).
  • LA 0.4.2 Digital Citizenship: Students will practice the norms of appropriate and responsible technology use.
  • LA 0.4.2.a Practice safe behaviors when communicating and interacting with others digitally (e.g., safe information to share, utilize appropriate sites and materials).
  • LA 0.4.2.b Use appropriate digital tools (e.g., social media, online collaborative tools, apps) to communicate with others for conveying information, gathering opinions, and solving problems.
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Nebraska Revised Statutes 79-2,144. State school security director; duties.

The state school security director appointed pursuant to section 79-2,143 shall be responsible for providing leadership and support for safety and security for the public schools. Duties of the director include, but are not limited to: (10) Recommending curricular and extracurricular materials to assist school districts in preventing and responding to cyberbullying and digital citizenship issues.

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