We are trying to cut down on paper and printing bills. We have updated our AUP again and need everyone to sign it. All pupils and staff have a school e-mail account. Nearly all parents have a school e-mail account.
Do you think it would be feasible to send the AUP out via e-mail and receive replies saying if they agree etc. Then just keep the replies in a folder inside the account used to send them out? The AUP contains tick boxes for agreeing to comply, agreeing to their child having an e-mail account and agreeing that we can use their childs photo on the website etc. So I would just have to explain that the reply needs to agree/disagree with the points.
Would this be enough?
Could you word the AUP to the affect that unless we hear otherwise from you that you accept these terms and conditons of the AUP and permit the photography ?
Yes, I think as John has mentioned this would be the better option.
Originally Posted by john
Certainly ensuring the end-users fully read the document and if they disagree and "opt-out" will certainly create less administration overheads from your point of view.