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Leveraging the SDPC’s Resource Registry – Save Time and Promote Transparency!

Thursday, January 19
10:00 am - 10:50 am
Room: Virtual
Cybersecurity, Data Privacy
Administrators, Teachers, Technology Leaders/Support

This session will show how to use the SDPC Resource Registry portal – more of a hands-on workshop for this featuring how you upload, share, and search for agreements. Even if you are already an expert – there have been new features and functionalities being added each week! Have we addressed your student privacy “pain point”? Also, an update on new SDPC Projects will be highlighted in this informative learning session.

Lisa Waters
Lisa Waters
Web and Online Service Manager, Cambridge Public Schools

Lisa Waters over sees web development for Cambridge Public Schools and also is lead developer for the Student Data Privacy's Resource Registry - a database of over 75,000 data privacy agreements saving over 10,000 schools and 8,000 product riders in the pK12 space. Lisa. Lisa works with the dozens of SDPC Alliances and the schools they support in all data privacy issues including upgrades to the Registry and ongoing training.

Penny Murray
Penny Murray
Community Director, Access 4 Learning (A4L) Community

Penny Murray is the Community Director of the Access 4 Learning (A4L) Community, and its special interest group the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC), is a unique, non-profit collaboration composed of schools, districts, local authorities, states, US and International Ministries of Education, software vendors and consultants. The SDPC is designed to address the day-to-day, real-world multi- faceted issues faced when protecting learner information by setting common expectations between market providers and end users. The A4L Community has united these education technology end users and providers in an unprecedented effort to “connect and secure effective learning ecosystems” to give teachers more time to do what they do best: teach.