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Transcript of Digital Citizenship
Once it’s online = it’s there FOREVER!
What you do = become who you are to others. It becomes your “digital footprint”
Try “Googling” yourself and see what you find?
.................................Is it good or bad?
.................................How do you keep a positive image? PrettyPinkPony@gmail.com might be cute when you are in JH/MS.
What does this say about you when you apply or a job or college? Profile or email names…. Why is what you or your friends post so important?
What about that “funny” photo of you joking around? A photo that is innocent, but could be viewed as "bad".
Can what you post keep you from getting a job or
There are even more……. Social Networking #1- Guard your privacy. Web 2.0 - Ten “Web”mandments: ........... is a concept which helps students,
teachers, administrators, technology leaders,
and parents to understand what ALL technology
users should know about and how to use technology
............ is more than just a teaching tool; it is a way to prepare
ALL technology users for a society full of technology, or to live and
succeed in the new digital world.
Too often we are see students, as well as adults, misusing and abusing technology.
However, we are not always sure what to do.
The issue is more than what the users do not know, but clearly establish what is considered
appropriate uses of technology and digital media. Texting........ Why does texting fall under digital citizenship?
Does your phone provider keep records of what you text? #5- Apply the Golden Rule. Part of the "Golden Rule". You never know how what you "say", affects others. No "Trolling"! What people know about you is up to you.
Follow the "Grandma Rule". If you wouldn't want Grandma to see it = don't post it. #2- Protect your reputation. THINK before your post.
What’s funny or edgy today could cost you tomorrow.
Once you post it = it's always going to exist somewhere online. #3- Nothing is private online. Anything you say or post online can be copied, pasted, and sent to any number of people without your permission. #4- Assume everyone is watching. Remember the friend of a friend rule = if someone is your friend’s friend, they can see and/or re-post your stuff too. Just because you can find it in "Google" doesn't mean it's not copyrighted. Don't use without written permission. Safe = use your own work, words, photos, etc...If you would not want it done to you, then don’t do it to someone else. Not everything is appropriate. If you have to ask if something is appropiate = then you know it isn't. #6- Choose wisely. #7- Copyright Laws. #8-No Cyberbulling! #9-Think SAFETY first Not everyone is who they say they are. I know you say you know that, but do you practice it? #10-Think first about what you see Just because it’s online does NOT make it true; words or images.
Can you find the same info. on 3 or more reputable sites? Best = .info; used to signify credible resource site
Better = .edu; educational site
Better = .gov or .mil; government or military sites
Good = .org; mainly non-profit organizations
Good = .net; most commonly used for business
Okay = .com; commercial site If you would not want it to happen to you = don't do it to others. Read these:
http://viking305.hubpages.com/hub/Facebook-comments-facebookcom-login-fired-sacked-job-settings-privacy-games-email-applications-how-to-private-the-wall Mrs. Baxter - Conroe HS 2012 http://jennyhottle.wordpress.com/2011/09/20/project-3-digital-footprint/ http://digitaltattoo.ubc.ca/