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Re: Audio session - "New FERPA Regs: Will Your Campus be Compliant in Time?"
From: "Sherry, Cathy" <csherry () UMASSP EDU>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 11:11:56 -0400
FYI... The speaker for the audio session described below is the contact
that clarified password related questions related to FERPA and
previously posted to this site:
a. only randomly generated passwords can be used.
b. You can not email passwords to users. You must use postal mail
or challenge/response questions to release a password to a student.
"New FERPA Regs: Will Your Campus be Compliant in Time?"
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 - 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Upcoming Changes to FERPA - Essentials for your Campus
** What FERPA Updates mean for your university
** Who in your college is required to comply with FERPA?
** What needs to change on your campus with new regs
FERPA & Student Records: Are you in Compliance?
** Keys to understanding the newest legal requirements under FERPA
** Tips for designing policies to comply with new FERPA regulations
** Emergency on campus: How FERPA impacts release of records in critical
Keys to Protecting Student Privacy Under the New FERPA
** Students and FERPA - How and when should you inform student of their
** What situations are student records applicable - or not - to FERPA?
** How does technology & electronic records apply to FERPA?
Live question and answer session - Have your toughest FERPA questions
John Snodgrass has worked in higher education for 28 years including 22
years as a Registrar.
** John was a member of the American Association of Collegiate
Admissions Officer (AACRAO) Federal Compliance Committee from
was Chairman of the Committee in 2004-2005. He has been a regular
for AACRAO since 2002 on the topic of FERPA in Higher Education.
** He has also a regular presenter on FERPA for Colleges and
the Pacific Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions
(PACRAO) since 2000 and for Oregon Association of Collegiate
Admissions Officers (OrACRAO) since 1997.
** John has led in-service training on FERPA for several universities,
organizations, and conferences around the United States.
Hosted by Higher Ed Hero, this audio conference gives you the
opportunity to add immediate, money-saving impact to your work
environment that is:
FAST - No wasted time here. Get right to the heart of the matter with a
1-hour block designed to easily fit into your busy schedule.
CONVENIENT - No airlines. No travel. No time out of the office.
Listen in from the comfort and convenience of your desk.
EASY - A telephone is all the equipment you need. Just dial in, punch in
your access code, and you're in. That's it. Follow along with the audio
conference handouts provided in advance.
ACTIONABLE - Our audio conferences provide money-saving tactics you can
start using as soon as you hang up the phone.
IDEAL FOR MULTIPLE LISTENERS - Use a speakerphone and as many people as
you want can listen in - at no extra cost to you. These sessions are a
cost- effective, time-efficient means of training Higher Education
professionals and staff, and reinforcing key issues in a fresh, new
manner that they will remember and act on.
AFFORDABLE - Priced at $199, a fraction of the cost of travel and
attendance fees for a lengthy, high-priced conference or seminar.
** New FERPA Regs: Will Your Campus be Compliant in Time?
** Live, 60-Minute Audio Conference **
** Tuesday, November 11, 2008 - 1:00-2:00 PM ET**
Register now for this exciting event by clicking the following link
or calling 800-964-6033. When registering by phone please refer to your
Priority Code: 97956
As usual we offer a full refund if not satisfied from now until
7 days after the event.
:: Catherine Sherry, CISSP, CISA - Principal Security Specialist
:: University Information Technology Services (UITS)
:: University of Massachusetts President's Office
:: 508-856-4844 Fax
:: csherry () umassp edu <mailto:csherry () umassp edu>
University of Massachusetts : 333 South St. : Suite 400 : Shrewsbury, MA
01545 : www.massachusetts.edu <http://www.massachusetts.edu/>
- Re: Audio session - "New FERPA Regs: Will Your Campus be Compliant in Time?" Sherry, Cathy (Oct 28)