District Technology definition

District Technology means any electronic device, service or system including but not limited to computers, cell phones, cameras, email and voice services, school networks, etc. owned and/or operated by the Board, including but not limited to the District’s network, servers, information system, and email whether accessed through a district owned device or a personally owned device.
District Technology shall collectively refer and relate to all District Devices (as defined below); District computer networks including servers and wireless computer networking technology (Wi-Fi); District User Accounts, (as defined below); District electronic devices such as USB drives, cameras, wireless access points (routers), District data networks, operating systems, storage, e-mail, systems, web applications, or mobile applications.
District Technology means any electronic device, service, electronic information, or system including but not limited to computers, servers, mobile phones, tablets, sensors, cameras, email and voice services, databases, software, apps, and networks provided or operated by the Board.

Examples of District Technology in a sentence

  • I accept full responsibility for the supervision of student’s use of the District Technology including the District Chromebook or laptop and student’s District User Account and the Internet at home or while not in a school setting.

  • If a student becomes aware of any security problem (such as any compromise of the confidentiality of any login or account information), the damage or misuse of District Technology, he/she shall immediately report such information to the teacher or other District personnel.

  • I release District, its affiliates and its employees from any claims or damages of any nature arising from my child or dependent's access or use of District Technology.

  • I give full permission to District to provide my child or dependent with access to District Technology including but not limited to the loan of a District-Chromebook or laptop for educational purposes including distance learning.

  • The System Administrator has the authority to monitor all User Accounts, including e-mail and other materials transmitted or received via the User Accounts, log files, browsing history, and other data about user activities with District Technology at any time, without prior notice.

  • District also denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of the information obtained through District Technology.

  • The use of the District Technology is a privilege, not a right; inappropriate use will result in the restriction or revocation of student’s access to District Technology.

  • District students are only permitted to use District Technology for educational purposes which are safe (pose no risk to students, employees or assets), legal, ethical, do not conflict with the mission of District, and are compliant with all other District policies and regulations.

  • Because the use of District Technology is intended for educational purposes, students shall not have any expectation of privacy in any use of District Technology.

  • District makes no guarantees about the quality of the services provided and is not responsible for any claims, losses, damages, costs, or other obligations arising from the unauthorized use of District Technology.


More Definitions of District Technology

District Technology means any electronic device, service or system designed or used to assist in extending human potential (including but not limited to computers, cell phones, cameras, Google Services, social networking sites, e-mail and voice services, school networks, etc.) owned and/or operated by School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha), including but not limited to the district’s network, servers, and email.
District Technology. All technology owned or provided by the District to authorized users, including Internet/Intranet/Extranet-related systems, computer hardware, software, Wi-Fi, electronic devices such as tablet computers, USB drives, cameras, smart phones and cell phones, telephone and data networks (including intranet and Internet access), operating systems, storage media, wireless access points (routers), wearable technology, PDA’s, network accounts, web browsing, blogging, social networking, and file transfer protocols, email systems, electronically stored data, websites, web applications or mobile applications, any wireless communication device including emergency radios, and/or future technological innovations, whether accessed on or off site or through District-owned or personally owned equipment or devices.
District Technology is defined as all District owned and maintained, created or authorized electronic technology including, but not limited to, computer hardware and software, electronic devices such as tablet computers, smart phones and cell phones, telephone and data networks (including intranet and Internet access), email systems, and electronically stored data, websites, web applications or mobile applications provided by the District to authorized Users to facilitate the completion of their jobs. The definition of District Technology expressly includes access to District data networks from devices owned by a User or the District, whether on or off District property.

Related to District Technology

  • Licensed Patents means (a) all United States patents and patent applications listed in Exhibit A, as modified pursuant to Section 2.6.1, including patents arising from such patent applications; and (b) any re-examination certificates thereof, and their foreign counterparts and extensions, continuations, divisionals, and re-issue applications; provided that “Licensed Patents” will not include any claim of a patent or patent application covering any Manufacturing Technology.

  • Technology means any and all technical information, specifications, drawings, records, documentation, works of authorship or other creative works, ideas, algorithms, models, databases, ciphers/keys, systems architecture, network protocols, research, development, and manufacturing information, software (including object code and source code), application programming interfaces (APIs), innovations, mask works, logic designs, circuit designs, technical data, processes and methods.

  • Patent means (a) all patents and patent applications in any country or supranational jurisdiction in the Territory, (b) any substitutions, divisionals, continuations, continuations-in-part, provisional applications, reissues, renewals, registrations, confirmations, re-examinations, extensions, supplementary protection certificates and the like of any such patents or patent applications, and (c) foreign counterparts of any of the foregoing.