Policies and Forms
Content shared on the “OklaEd Learning Showcase” must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Posts must be shared by an Oklahoma educator. If you’re out-of-state you’re welcome to comment and participate in our discussions, but you can’t post an article here.
- A featured image is required. Digital content consumption is enhanced with visual images. Contributors are encouraged to use CC-BY licensed images from Flickr and embed them in posts using ImageCodr. (free)
- Vendors cannot post. Contributors are welcome to specifically identify websites, web platforms, digital tools, and other commercially offered products and services. Links are encouraged. Vendors cannot, however, directly post content.
- Full Disclosure is required. If you are being paid or compensated in any way by a vendor or other commercial entity, which relates to the websites or tools referenced in your post, you must disclose those relationships at the end of your post.
- A CC-BY Creative Commons license is used for all content. By sharing your ideas on the OklaEd Learning Showcase, contributors agree to license their post CC-BY. Attribution should be provided to the original author / contributor as well as to the OklaEd Learning Showcase.
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Photo and Media Permissions
Individuals sharing links on OklaEd.us to photos, media projects and examples on this website are responsible (to the best of their knowledge and ability) for insuring local permission forms for digitally sharing work have been signed both by students and parents/guardians.
Unless otherwise noted on individual posts, content shared on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Only license.
It is a best-practice for schools to provide parents and students with the option to opt-out of online photo and student work publication at the start of the academic year. By having a default opt-in policy, where parents and students must specifically opt-out to NOT have photos and student work published online, schools can encourage more online sharing to amplify positive stories of learning in our communities.
Sample Permission Forms
- Guidelines For Posting Images Of Students And Images Of Student Products To School Web Pages / Permission Form from Yukon Public Schools, Oklahoma (PDF)
- Martin J. Gottlieb Day School Media Release & Permission to Publish (PDF)
- Mabry iForm (PDF): This is a sample of a student/parent media publishing form used at Mabry Middle School (Cobb County, Georgia) when Dr. Tim Tyson was the principal.
- Media Opt Out Form (PDF) from Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is a good example. It is also available in Spanish. Source website: Privacy – Media Waiver/Internet Publishing
- 4th Grade Classroom Publishing Permission Form (image) from Wesley Fryer (1997)
Have another sample permission form you’d like to share? Please contact Wesley Fryer and let him know!