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Every user will be assigned a username and password by your school’s KnowledgeNET administrator. If KnowledgeNET is connected to your Student Management System user accounts with passwords will be generated automatically.
Once logged onto the KnowledgeNET each user is assigned permissions to see different parts of the KnowledgeNET according to their status. The four main user types are student, teacher, caregiver and administrator. Students do not see staff areas or have administration rights over anything other than the work they have created. Teachers can have the capability to see and edit the student’s work where that student is in their class, subject area or group.
It should be noted here that there are no personal areas within the KnowledgeNET. This software has been purchased by the school and is intended for education purposes and no personal information, photographs, music, movies should be stored here.
Every school should create a policy on misuse of the KnowledgeNET and as a school resource appropriate language and courtesies should be used at all times.

Every user will be assigned a username and password by your school’s KnowledgeNET administrator. If KnowledgeNET is connected to your Student Management System user accounts with passwords will be generated automatically.


Once logged onto the KnowledgeNET each user is assigned permissions to see different parts of the KnowledgeNET according to their status. The four main user types are student, teacher, caregiver and administrator. Students do not see staff areas or have administration rights over anything other than the work they have created. Teachers can have the capability to see and edit the student’s work where that student is in their class, subject area or group.


It should be noted here that there are no personal areas within the KnowledgeNET. This software has been purchased by the school and is intended for education purposes and no personal information, photographs, music, movies should be stored here.

Every school should create a policy on misuse of the KnowledgeNET and as a school resource appropriate language and courtesies should be used at all times.

 

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