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IJNDD/DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
MSAD #11 is a member of the Maine Department of Education Distance Learning Network, a network of schools that uses real-time interactive technology to provide expanded educational opportunities to students and staff. This system enables schools across the State to share course offerings, professional development, ideas, and information regardless of the participant’s geographic location.
The DOE Distance Learning Network is to be used for educational purposes consistent with the mission and goals of the schools. The MSAD #11 Board and administration will consider and address distance learning opportunities and issues when reviewing and developing policies, preparing budgets, and planning for curriculum and professional development. The Superintendent is authorized to enter into agreements with other school units regarding the Distance Learning Network.
All users of the DOE Distance Learning Network facility and participants in distance learning programs are expected to comply with applicable MSAD #11 Board policies, procedures, and school rules. Violations of MSAD #11 Board policies, procedures, and school rules may result in loss of privileges to use the facility or participate in distance learning programs, as well as disciplinary sanctions under the applicable policy or rule.
The Superintendent is responsible for implementing the distance learning program, although specific responsibilities may be delegated to administrators or other appropriate staff at the Superintendent’s discretion.
Cross Reference: EGAD – Copyright Compliance
GCSA – Employee Computer and Internet Use Policy
IJNDB – Student Computer and Internet Use Policy
KF – Community Use of School Facilities
Adopted: June 3, 2004
Revised: May 3, 2007