Technology


The policy defines what constitutes acceptable use of Information and Communications (ICT) resources of the international School of Port of Spain (ISPS).

The guidelines below apply to any and all digital devices students may be using in school, including but not limited to laptops, smartphones, tablets, mp3 players, etc. and extend to the school's classroom computers.

 


Device Requirements for BYOD

This sections contains the minimum and suggested hardware configurations for Microsoft Windows, Apple and other device types. Please see the chart below for specific recommendations.

The most important thing about a student's personal laptop is that they be comfortable using it. We will support with connectivity to our network and other campus-related resources.


Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Responsible Use Guidelines

The guidelines below apply to any and all digital devices students may be using in school, including but not limited to laptops, smartphones, mp3 players, etc. and extend to the school’s classroom  computers.

Being A Good Digital Citizen

The way we use technology tools to communicate information has a powerful effect on our learning community. Responsible use will lead to better, more effective learning while irresponsible use will diminish it. A strong respect for the principles of digital citizenship is essential for us to live our mission at ISPS.

Frequently Asked Questions

We realize that while the SPS Technology Acceptable Use Policy explains the expectations that ISPS has for all students to follow, several questions frequently are asked by students. Here are some questions that may help to clarify your understanding of what you can and cannot do while using your device at ISPS.