- Purdue Universitycomputer science, 1966 - 1974
- Kaimuki High School1963 - 1966
- Traders Point Christian AcademyDirector of Technology, 2014 - present
- Purdue UniversityProfessor of Computer & Information Technology, 1978 - 1990
- Carnegie-Mellon UniversityDirector, Information Networking Institute, 1990 - 1992
- National University of SingaporeSenior Fellow, 1993 - 1995
- Indiana University Purdue University IndianapolisProfessor of Computer & Information Technology, 1995 - 2010
We teach (scare) the students that sharing your password, or not logging out of a shared computer (learn about incognito mode kids) makes you just as guilty as the person who sent the nasty email. I've been administrating GAFE with middle school students for 4 years (about 3,000 "student years") and have had only a handful of "someone must have 'hacked' my account excuses". Gmail tracks the IP addresses of logins, too. Always interesting to see that the "hacker" has the same IP address that the student has been logging in from for the entire year.
At the end of the day, it's really not that different from the days when a student scribbled a mean note on someone's desk and the teacher had to deal with it. Or a student's Pokemon card went "missing" or was damaged. It's just teaching.
Here's an example of my script that I use to move OUs from one place within our Organization to another. We use this to move a Lab from testing to instructional mode.
Only users that are listed in a linked spreadsheet are allowed to use it, all others throw an error (and it records their account info). Additionally, Each user has 2 "Scopes" defining what they can change. If they try and change something outside their scope - it throws an error.
The Script acts as me, the Super User, but only has the permissions I've extended to the particular users.
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