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Digital Citizenship/ Netiquette

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Elizabeth Lonergan

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship/ Netiquette

The Three Little Bloggers By: Ellie and Elizabeth Once upon a time Papa Pig went to visit his two little piglets named Peeta and Prim. When he got there the two pigs were on the computer... What are you doing
on that machine? The little pigs quickly explained to Papa that they were on the internet, blogging.
"Papa, let us make you a blog and we will show you proper Netiquette." Squeaked Prim Here is what
you should do! Finished Spark (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Never give out any personal information on the internet, no matter who asks for it. Keep your name, age, where you live, etc. private. Rule One no matter
what! Rule 2 Always be polite. A joke that seems funny in person, might be offensive to others. Be careful what you post on the internet, because once it is on, it never comes off, and can come back to haunt you in your later years. Rule 3 Always cite your work. Never plagiarize and always give the original author credit Rule Four "Now that you now know all the rules, we can set you up with your own blog. Just remember Papa, the internet is really fun and factual, but if you are not a good digital citizen, and use proper netiquette, nobody wins." Elizabeth Lonergan and Ellie Smith On our honor we have been academically honest Bibliography: http://images.clipartof.com/thumbnails/224052-Royalty-Free-RF-Clipart-Illustration-Of-A-Big-Pink-Pig-Using-A-Computer.jpg


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