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July 2011 ICPL Seminar, The Premier Forum for Higher Ed Technology Policy

Slated for July 18-21, 2011, in Ithaca, New York, The EDUCAUSE/Cornell Institute for Computer Policy and Law (ICPL) Annual Seminar is an intensive four-day event examining the impact that widespread use of the Internet has on college and university policies, procedures, and judicial systems.

Who should attend:
- Student affairs personnel
- Student judicial administrators
- Privacy officers
- Campus counsel
- Campus technology staff
- Campus police
- Policy administrators
- Compliance directors
- Librarians
- Risk managers
- Computer and network security staff
- Public relations administrators
- Faculty
- Ombudsmen

2011 marks the sixteenth annual ICPL Seminar, the nation's premier forum for discussing and learning about technology policies in higher education. Nationally recognized technologists and legal experts will examine how the widespread use of the Internet is impacting our campus policies, procedures, and judicial systems.

The program will be led by co-directors Steven L. Worona, the Director of Policy and Networking for EDUCAUSE, and Tracy B. Mitrano, Director of IT Policy for Cornell University's Office of Information Technologies, both highly regarded leaders in their respective fields.

Through lectures, case studies, and panel discussions, they will join with other experts and participants to explore topics including:
- An introduction to policy and law in cyberspace
- Approaches to student technology policy from a variety of campuses
- Student-parent dialogs on technology and technology policy
- Managing reputation and privacy on the Internet
- The collision between security and privacy on campus networks
- Accessibility and other looming IT compliance requirements
- What's coming down the road from your legislators and regulators in Washington
- Perspectives on electronic student counseling

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