Atlanta, Ga.--State educational technology leaders are increasing their focus
on ensuring students´ online safety, protecting personal data and information,
and promoting ethical online behaviors (including fighting plagiarism,
cyberbullying and copyright infringement), according to a new survey of states
released today at the National Educational Computing Conference, the world´s
largest educational technology conference for teachers, administrators, and
technology coordinators.

The survey, The Changing Media Landscape: Ensuring Students´ Safety and Success
in School the Future Workplace, was conducted by the State Educational
Technology Directors Association (SETDA) of their members in cooperation with
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