An Educator’s Guide to Internet and Social Media Law in the Classroom
Nadya Tymochenko and Gillian Tuck Kutarna, partners in our Education law industry group, have written An Educator’s Guide to Internet and Social Media Law in the Classroom, a new reference publication that reviews the legal issues and considers solutions for school boards, school administrators, teachers and other educators.
With the constant evolution of the online world and exponential rise of social media, this text is an up-to-date, must-have resource addressing specific implications for educators across a wide range of topics, including: legal liability, cloud computing, mobile devices in schools, terms and conditions of use, student/teacher electronic communications, privacy, digital citizenship, defamation and policy recommendations.
An Educator’s Guide to Internet and Social Media Law in the Classroom is now available from Thomson Reuters. Visit their website for more information and details on how to order.
About the authors:
Nadya Tymochenko is a leader in education law at Miller Thomson, serving publicly funded school boards, private schools, and private colleges. She brings industry expertise and experience to a wide breadth of legal matters, including governance issues, human rights with respect to employees, students, and the complex area of intersecting and conflicting rights.
Gillian Tuck Kutarna focuses on education, not-for-profit and charities law, advocating for her clients at various levels of court, the Human Rights Tribunal and other Social Justice Tribunals, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, and in arbitration and mediation proceedings.