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Digital Citizenship

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Augusto Jang

on 3 June 2016

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship

The 9 P´s of Digital Citizenship
Do you know how to create a secure password? Do you use different passwords for different services? Are you keeping your password secret?
Protect your private information. Such as address, phone number and e-mail addresses. Never share passwords. Never give information to people you don´t know in real life. Never share your password!
Never put photos of yourself, personal things, school and family. Other people can look and look at your personal things and stock you.

Digital Citizenship
Personal information
Do not share personal information that can be used to identify you such as your families names, your age, school or team affiliation. This could make it easier for others to impersonate you.
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Do you know who owns the copyright to the work you find online? Do you know how to license your own work? Do you know where/how to find fair use images and graphics?
Get permission for the work that you use. Always site your sources to give credit to where it is due.
Protect yourself from viruses, identity
theft and pishing.
Do you follow the rules of
netiquette? Are you communicating and collaborating with others? Are you globally competent? Do you understand and recognize cultural disconnects when they happen, and do you have skills for recognizing problems?
Are you the owner of your digital voice? Have you considered how you are perceived by others? Do you know that your digital tattoo is permanent? Are you intentional about what you share?
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