Technology

   

Internet Guidelines

Content published via the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Web server (both the Internet and the Intranet) must comply with the following regulations:

All publications must comply with all policies and regulations of the district, state, federal and international laws concerning copyright, intellectual property and use of computers.
All content must be appropriate, decent, in good taste, and not intended to harass or demean individuals and/or groups. 
Correct grammar and spelling should be used.
Publications must include a statement of copyright, when appropriate, and indicate that permission has been secured to include copyrighted materials.
Factual information must be documented. 
All pages must include the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) for users printing the page and present information in such a way that it is understandable to text-only users.
Publications must identify affiliation with Miami-Dade County Public Schools or have the M-DCPS logo on the title page. 
All Web site home pages must have the school/department name, address, and telephone number. 
All publications must provide a link to the dadeschools.net home page from the school/department homepage(www.dadeschools.net).
All publications must include date of creation and the date last updated. 
All publications must include the e-mail address of the person maintaining the page.
Commercial use (advertisements, business logos, no add banners, etc.) is prohibited (A listing of school partners is permitted with logo)
Documents should be high quality and structured for clarity and readability. 
Web sites that reside on ITS's server should not exceed 50 megbytes. 
If a department is interested in using our templates to coordinate with the district Web site, the site must be approved by Internet Services at Information Technology Services.
If a student's photograph is used on the internet, a parental consent form must be signed. (FM-5737)

 

 

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response
to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.