Your shopping cart is empty!
Achieve Compliance in Electronic Documentation and Minimize Institution Risks While Effectively Ensuring Ease of Communication
Technology has allowed higher education professionals the opportunity to provides students with the right to inspect and review their educational records. As the ease of communication has increased, so has the risk for increased scrutiny and access to confidential information by third parties. It is essential that we are careful in protecting the institution's liability while effectively communicating with colleagues.
Recent and comprehensive studies have defined records as "persistent representations of activities" as recorded or created by participants or observers. In today's higher education environment, student records are often managed through the use of student databases and other electronic means.
In this guide, Pioneer Educator Publication will give youways to maximize effective communication with students and maintain internal documentation while minimizing risk to the institution. In addition it also clear the concept of education record (as defined in FERPA), this book also include who should have access to student records by examining the concept of legitimate educational interest. Also include actual examples of how standard practices such as forwarding emails, copying colleagues, and copy/pasting into student records can put the institution at risk.
Examine real-life examples of documentation that can put an institution at risk and will provide you with a clear understanding of…
Write a review