AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles: version 1Main MenuPrinciple Summaries and Table of ContentsReview all ten principles' abstract summaries and navigate to different parts of the document.Introduction: How to Use This DocumentPrinciple 1: SupportInstitutions should provide appropriate support for students, educators, administrators, and staff who create ePortfolios.Principle 2: Promote AwarenessInstitutional administrators, staff, and educators are responsible for promoting awareness of digital ethics in ePortfolio making.Principle 3: PracticeePortfolio creators need opportunities to develop and practice the digital literacies necessary to create accessible and effective ePortfolios.Principle 4: Respect Author Rights and Re-use PermissionsePortfolio creators should understand and respect author rights, best practices for re-use, and representation.Principle 5: Access to TechnologyAdequate access to technology must be available for all students, and ePortfolio software should be accessible with institutional devices.Principle 6: PrivacyePortfolio creators should have ultimate control over public access to their portfolios and the ability to change the privacy settings at any time.Principle 7: Content StorageePortfolio creators should know where their content is stored, who has access, and how to remove it.Principle 8: Cross-Platform CompatibilityePortfolio creators should be able to make and view ePortfolios across any device, browser, and operating system with equitable ease of use across devices.Principle 9: AccessibilityAll ePortfolio platforms and pedagogy should be thoroughly vetted for accessibility according to the standards identified by one’s culture, government, or profession.Principle 10: Consent for Data UsageePortfolio platform providers need consent to collect and store data from ePortfolio creators.Glossary of Key TermsFull List of ResourcesThe Association for Authentic, Experiential, Evidence-Based Learning's Digital Ethics Task Force0c52e4eae81410f7710876e68e8d2c429e9eb2c3The Association for Authentic, Experiential, Evidence-Based Learning's Digital Ethics Task Force
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