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What does being a good digital citizen mean?

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Keira Lecian

on 4 March 2014

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A good digital citizen is safe online
What does being a good digital citizen mean?

Being a good digital citizen means to demonstrate and practice safe, responsible, and legal use of technology.
A good digital citizen is someone who understands the rights and responsibilities that come with being online and someone who uses technology in a positive way.
A good digital citizen spreads the
good
stuff!
A good digital citizen does NOT...
Post pictures of others without their permission
Insult online
Use excessive hashtags
Give out personal information easily.
Post the location of a designated hangout spot
Internet and Teens Today
91% of teens in the US now have a cell phone, and 73% of those own smartphones. up from just 18% in 2009.


What you write online isn't written in pencil... It's written in pen. If you're not okay with the fact that your future grand-kids may see what you've shared.... Be a good digital citizen, DON'T SHARE IT! Everything that happens on the internet can be viewed by a vast, invisible, and often anonymous audience. Anything you post, whether you remove it or not, still exists in cyberspace forever no matter what you do.

Once something is out there, it lasts for a
long time.


E
verything
leaves a digital footprint.

By Keira Lecian
As more and more new social networks, apps, programs and devices emerge today, students need to learn how to use new technology quickly and appropriately.
Create, share, tag, comment, and contribute to the online world in positive ways.
Make this a world you want to live in.
One in four teens (23%) have a tablet computer, a level comparable to the general adult population.
3 in 5 teens are “cell-mostly” internet users — far more than the 15% of adults who are cell-mostly. Among teen smartphone owners, half are cell-mostly.
A good digital citizen...
Thinks before sharing
Utilizes Technology
Gives credit to sources
Is ethical online
Respects privacy of others
Exhibits strong moral values
Does not post/share inappropriate material.
Reports digital offenders
What about just deleting what I've posted?
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