2020 Bonar Street, 2nd floor, Suite 220, Berkeley, CA 94702
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Max Eissler, Director of Technology
Bradley Hilton, Technology Supervisor
Jimmy Hoang, Business Systems Analyst
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Acceptable Use Policy
The Acceptable Use Policy is a document that all members of the Berkeley Unified School District community must sign to indicate their willingness to abide by District policies regarding the use of electronic resources and the internet.
- Student Acceptable Use Policy for Technology (PDF): English | Español
- Employee Acceptable Use Policy for Technology (PDF): English
- Contractor Acceptable Use Policy for Technology (PDF): English
Jennifer Nguyen, TSA Instructional Technology
Jessica Lee, District Library Coordinator
Eric Silverberg, TSA Library Services
Andrea Kneeland, TSA Library Services
Our DigiTech provides information and resources on using technology for instruction and student learning, including examples of current projects in BUSD classrooms.
Berkeley Unified Cloud Services and Student Data Privacy
Berkeley Unified uses a variety of cloudbased software with its students. Students will access these tools via a Chrome browser in most classrooms. The Chrome browser’s privacy settings have been configured to protect the student. All non Chromebook devices are on managed services and privacy settings are protected. All non Chromebook devices are on managed services and privacy settings are protected.
Berkeley Unified is proud to be a member of the California Student Privacy Alliance. Our district reviews software to be used in our classroom for compliance with all applicable student privacy laws and enters into contracts with vendors to ensure the safety and security of our student data. For a list of software applications which the district has reviewed and approved for use by our students in the classroom, see our CSPA software list.
Common Sense Media
Commonsensemedia.org is a useful resource for parents and educators to find advice about digital media.
Here are some websites for elementary students that reinforce academics while having fun!