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Digital Communication

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Transcript of Digital Communication

Communicating Online
As you venture onto chat rooms and social networking sites like Facebook, you'll have to
make decisions
about:
Venturing onto Networking Sites
How?
Who?
Who should you communicate with online?
Digital Communication
Electronic Exchange of Information
What should you NOT share online?
What Not?
What?
What should you share online?
How much information should you share online?
How Much?
Who should you communicate with online?
How much information should you share online?
How should you interact with people online?
(NSW Dept of Education and Communities, 2012, para 13)
How should you interact with people online?
Remember, good communication online basically follows the same rules as good communication offline.
People you already
know
offline
People you genuinely
like
and
trust
People who are
not rude
to you or others
(Internet Keep Safe Coalition, 2014, para 2 & 6)
Address or location
Phone Number
Password information
Offensive or sexually suggestive images or messages
There are two things to
consider
:
What should you share?
What should you NOT share?
Remember, it's OK to say no. You don't owe anybody anything. It's OK to unfriend someone who bullies you or makes you uncomfortable.
Pictures that show
no personal information
Thoughts and ideas that
express
who you are
Positive things that could
impress
future colleges and employers
Remember, don't share information that could ruin your
future
or help strangers find you.
Remember, have fun but protect yourself.
(Nobullying.com, 2014, para 3, 9 & 13)
Think
before you post
Treat others with
respect
Remember, the Golden Rule works online too.
Put your
best
foot forward
But it's important to make sure that you are always communicating
responsibly
so that you protect yourself and others.
Be
honest
It's fun to be online. You can interact with your friends, learn new things, and express who you are.
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Happy Social Networking
It's a great thing to be connected to the world online.
But it's an even better thing to
be safe
- so remember these simple hints. And ...
References

Internet Keep Safe Coalition. (2014). Privacy — iKeepSafe. Retrieved from

http://www.ikeepsafe.org/be-a-pro/privacy/

Nobullying.com. (2014). Tips for Proper Netiquette for Kids. Retrieved from

http://nobullying.com/tips-for-proper-netiquette-for-kids/

NSW Department of Education and Communities. (2012). Raising good digital citizens -

School A to Z. Retrieved from http://

www.schoolatoz.nsw.edu.au/technology/using-technology/raising-good-

digital-citizens

Scholastic Inc. (2014). Keeping Kids Safe Online. Scholastic.com. Retrieved from

http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/article/your-child-

technology/keeping-kids-safe-online
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