clear task structure is important for leaders to convey to obtain improved performance. Therefore, during freshman seminar, professors should discuss behavioral expectations in regards to mobile technology usage. This would also include providing information on what constitutes as cyber abuse, identity theft, plagiarism, and academic fraudulency. For administrators to hold them accountable, it is important that students are educated on what they are being held accountable for and to clarify the institution’s policies regarding their behavior.Furthermore, students should sign a contractual agreement, stating that they understand what constitutes as unethical behavior and agree to adhere to institutional policies. Students should then write a one page essay, regarding institutional resources to prevent cyber abuse and academic integrity such counseling services, tutorial services, etc. As a leader who values accountability, this is an important step in helping students take responsibility for their own conduct within the learning community.Another needed action is to provide a report procedure so that students feel comfortable reporting incidences of these behaviors that they witness, and remaining anonymous if they wish. As leaders it is important to ensure feelings of trust, hope, stability and compassion (Rath & Conchie, 2008). Allowing students to come forward with information without putting themselves at risk of ridicule promotes providing a safe learning environment for everyone. This shows students that we are compassionate and concerned for their personal welfare, as well their academic achievement.The final recommendation is to limit the amount of mobile devices that students can have registered to their student learning portals and having accounts logout automatically after periods of disuse. If student’s attempt to logon from a device that is not registered to their account, they will have to authorize the device by typing in an access code or approving the device via email. Taking these precautionary steps will restrict access, preventing other students from accessing multiple accounts. This will help promote academic integrity and protect student identities. Again, this is an important step in protecting the student’s welfare, and will facilitate trust between the learning community and the educational leaders of the institution.Considering implementing mobile technology into the institutional environment may lead to ethical implications. Using the situational leadership theory, we are able take into consideration the maturity and willingness of our students to comply with institutional guidelines (Howell, 2013). By taking the time to discuss with students institutional expectations, having students sign conduct agreements, allowing students to report incidences anonymously, and limiting the amount of technological devices that can be connected to a student’s account and for how long, we are able to promote safer and more ethical usage of mobile technology.