Should the University support staff who suffer harassment?

What if the headlines “Cyberbullying suicide” were about an Oxford student or a member of staff? For Safer Internet Day 2014 over 50 representatives from across the University of Oxford came together to discuss the University’s response to harassment. Podcasts of the speakers’ presentations were uploaded to iTunes-U for you to download.

For Safer Internet Day 2015 I will present as part of the ITLP’s do: series: do: Nothing (and your staff and reputation could be at risk on social media) on 10 February 2015. In researching this session I have found the most powerful video:

If your APP was a shop assistant

If your APP was a shop assistant

The slides are available as a low res PDF, as well as the handout (link tbc), and the session will be live-streamed by the ITLP (link tbc). Further advice is available from the information security team.

Slides for do: Nothing (and your staff and reputation could be at risk on social media)

Slides [PDF] of ‘do: Nothing (and your staff and reputation could be at risk on social media)’

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One Response to “Should the University support staff who suffer harassment?”

  1. Alun Edwards says:

    Added the link to the handout. A really interesting session with excellent contribution from the audience, their own examples, questions, etc. Made up for my cold-befuddled delivery! The link to the presentation audio will follow soon.

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