The RTI in Maine NING Administrators have recently drafted an Acceptable Use Policy. The purpose of this policy is to define the expectations of users and administrators with the goal of keeping this NING user-friendly and a storehouse of quality information.
Acceptable Use Policy
It is the policy of the USM RTI in Maine NING that participants will:
- Use the NING to connect interactively with each other about empirically-based education practices.
- Respect the copyright of the author(s) according to the US Copyright Code (when posting or using any information from the NING Community, honor and give credit to the person(s) who created the information).
- Make sure to take precautions to protect your account and password by selecting an obscure password, changing it frequently, and not sharing such information or the use of the account with others.
- Cooperate with legitimate requests by NING Administrators. NING Administrators retain the right to remove information and cancel membership.
NING Administrators are able to post information (e.g., upcoming events, announcements, photos) of interest to the NING community. If you are interested in communicating information on the NING community, please contact an NING Administrator.
- Information includes but is not limited to: posts, presentations, events, announcements, chats, status updates, external links, photos, personal pages.
- Distribution of information by Administrators will utilize a review process that considers the following but is not limited to:
- Information is about multi-tiered systems of support (e.g., RTI, PBIS).
- Information is related to empirically-based practices.
- Information is likely to be of interest and value to Maine educators.
- Information is from a known and reputable source.
If you have any concerns or require more information, please contact a NING Administrator(s):