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Digital ID - Citizenship in the 21st Century

Presentation by project co-facilitators Natalie Bernasconi & Gail Desler

Gail Desler

on 23 September 2014

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Transcript of Digital ID - Citizenship in the 21st Century

What's digital citizenship?
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Stepping Up
Respecting Boundaries
As upstanding “
" we need to participate positively in our physical communities - our school, our neighborhood, our city, our state, our country and our world. Likewise, as exemplary “
Digital Citizens,
" we must learn how to participate positively in a variety of digital/cyber/online communities. It is only by developing a clear sense of both our rights and our responsibilities that we can become fully engaged and contributing "
" of all the communities in which we find ourselves.

~Natalie Bernasconi & Gail Desler, co-curators of the Digital ID Project
A working definition...
What do
good citizens

Digital Citizenship:
A Call to Action

Focus 1: Stepping Up
Focus 2: Building Identities
Focus 3: Respecting Boundaries
Focus 4: Protecting Online Privacy & Security
So ask yourself:
How well do
"I do"?
Can YOU answer
to these 4 statements?
Be the change!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." ~ Margaret Mead
Build your digital citizenship skills!
Visit http://digital-id.wikispaces.com
Saying "I do" to respecting all people
and "I don't" to cyberbullying and
risky online behaviors.
Saying "I do" to maintaining a responsible
digital footprint and "I don't" to inappropriate
online behavior.
Saying "I do" to respecting others'
intellectual property and "I don't" to
pirating and plagiarism.
Saying "I do" to taking precautions to protect
my computer and personal information and
"I don't" to jeopardizing privacy.
I Do
speak out for
others that have
been bullied
I Do
maintain a
digital footprint
I Do
respect other
(digital) property
I Do
protect my
computer &
online privacy

Images: From OCAL @ clkr.com

Videos: From YouTube
It matters!
actions matter. Be a leader
to show others what it means to be
a good digital citizen.
Presentation brought to you by
Natalie Bernasconi & Gail Desler
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