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Weaving a Secure Web Around Education: A Guide to Technology Standards and Security
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  Table of Contents and Introductory Material
Chapter 1
  The Role of the World Wide Web in Schools and Education Agencies
Chapter 2
    Web Publishing Guidelines
Chapter 3
    Web-Related Legal Issues and Policies
Chapter 4
    Internal and External Resources for Web Development
Chapter 5
    Procuring Resources
Chapter 6
    Maintaining a Secure Environment
Conclusion
Appendices
Glossary
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Table of Contents


Introductory Material

Chapter 1 - The Role of the World Wide Web in Schools and Education Agencies

Chapter 2 - Web Publishing Guidelines

Chapter 3 - Web-Related Legal Issues and Policies

Chapter 4 - Internal and External Resources for Web Development

Chapter 5 - Procuring Resources

Chapter 6 - Maintaining a Secure Environment

Conclusion

Appendices

  1. What is the Internet?
  2. What is a Local Area Network?
  3. Connecting to the Internet
  4. Internet Addresses and Domains
  5. Policies and Procedures (Samples)
    1. Acceptable Use Policy
    2. Technology Resource Use Agreement
    3. Electronic Mail Policy
    4. Dial-In Access Policy
    5. Password Policy
  6. World Wide Web Consortium: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  7. Follow That Packet: Deep Down Security
  8. References

Glossary


Web Standards and Security Task Force
National Forum on Education Statistics
National Center for Education Statistics
Institute of Education Sciences

April 2003


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