Hillsboro, OR, April 15, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Edupliance announces webinar titled, “ADA and Section 504 Compliance: Audiovisual Devices” that aims, provides a comprehensive analysis of the applicable laws as well as best practice tips for avoiding liability. The event goes Live on Wednesday, April 18, from 01:00 PM to 02:00PM, EST / 10 AM to 11:00 AM PST.
From a student recording a class on a cell phone for the use of a broad network of security cameras on school grounds, the increasing use of audio/video recording and surveillance in today’s schools raises a variety of legal issues. School administrators need to have a comprehensive understanding of the laws that apply in a variety of different contexts in order to develop legally-defensive policies and procedures involving the use of audio/video technology.
This webinar will discuss what legal obligations do schools have under the ADA and Section 504 to accommodate students with disabilities by permitting audio/visual recording and also know the legal rights do students have regarding the use of audio/video recording on campus. The presenter will illustrate who “own” the rights to a classroom lecture.
The 60-minute webinar will be conducted by Erin D. Gilsbach, Esq., is one of the nation’s foremost experts on the topic of immigration and education law. She has presented on this topic at the National School Boards Association annual conference, the Education Law Association annual conference, and the North Dakota School Boards Association annual conference. Atty. Gilsbach is an experienced speaker at the state and national levels on this issue as well as many other issues regarding Education and Education Law.
Webinar attendees will learn:
-What legal obligations do schools have under the ADA and Section 504 to accommodate students with disabilities by permitting audio/visual recording?
-Do students have a right, under FERPA, to view security surveillance videos?
-What legal rights do students have regarding the use of audio/video recording on campus?
-Can an instructor refuse to permit audio/video recording in a classroom if school policy permits it?
-Do state and/or federal wiretap laws apply to student on-campus recording?
-Who “owns” the rights to a classroom lecture?
-Can schools prohibit students from publishing on-campus recordings on the internet
To register for the webinar, visit https://www.edupliance.com/webinar/audio-and-video-devices-on-campus-a-legal-analysis?utm_source=pr&utm_medium=pr.com
Edupliance is a online information provider which offers webinars (Live and On-Demand), DVD’s and downloadable resources that cover concurrent topics pertaining to various industries. With an expert panel of guest speakers, Edupliance brings state-of-the-art virtual technology solutions and industry-leading training sessions that are easy to learn, easily accessible and cater to people with varied interests. Edupliance is privately held and located in Hillsboro, Oregon. For more information, visit www.edupliance.com.