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Digital Citizenship

Students are introduced to the basics of digital citizenship: netiquette, copyright, fair use, avoiding plagiarism, safety on the internet, and computer safety.
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Heidi Moos

on 8 August 2015

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship

living a connected life
Digital Citizenship:
Netiquette
Digital
Footprint

Safety
netiquette = network + etiquette
etiquette:
the way people are expected to act in a community or at a formal occasion
School
family
friends
online learning
social media
iPhone
internet
Networks connect us!
Android
Chromebook
tablets
wifi
tumblr
twitter
Netiquette Tips
To Do or Not To Do?
Be honest.
Always credit sources.
Respect yourself and others.
Don't post anything you wouldn't say or show to your grandmother.
Be kind.
Forgive other's mistakes.
Respect privacy.
computer & online
Dos and Don'ts when using social networks
by leadinginnovation
Who
WHO!
Who?
Know who you are communicating with online.
What is plagiarism?
It's a form of cheating. If you present someone's ideas, images, or words as your own, then you are plagiarizing.
How do I avoid plagiarism?
Learn how to paraphrase, quote, and cite sources.
Practice putting ideas, definitions, and notes in your own words instead of copying directly from the web, book, or teacher.
Copyright legally protects original works from being used by others without the creator's permission.
What is protected by copyright?
written work
images
audio
videos
choreography
architecture
theatrical
presentations
photographs
drawings
movies
plays
blog posts
books
articles
music
speeches
©
opyright
How am I supposed to do my assignments if I can't use pictures from the internet or quotes from authors?
Fair Use
allows people to use copyrighted material if . . .
a small percentage of the original is used.
the orginial is for educational purposes or reporting.
the use of copyrighted material is a minor part of the new work.
they cite sources in addition to following the guidelines listed above.
So, EXACTLY what percentage of copyrighted work can I use?
Copyright law doesn't state an exact percentage of material you can use. Experts suggest that 10% or less of the original work is acceptable. Use copyrighted material to support your ideas.
video games
Online safety
involves knowing
possible THREATS:
Be safe
online!
viruses
bullies
phishing
predators
don't open email from unknown sources
only visit trusted sites
use up-to-date virus software
keep personal information private
keep passwords private
talk to people you know online
report bullies and be mindful of what you say to others online.
Programs designed to do harm to your computer's hardware, software, and/or data.
Emails, websites, and phone calls designed to steal money by collecting personal information. Phishing is a leading cause of identity theft.
Playing and Staying Safe online
by SafetyCenterVideos
Avoiding Plagiarism
Teachers can check for plagiarism with tools like turnitin.com or Google searches.
Music companies (like Sony) and movie studios (like Paramount) check sites such as YouTube for illegal use of copyrighted material.
Your good reputation can be harmed if you plagiarize on purpose or by accident.
In school, you could get a zero on an assignment. At a job, you could be fired.
Computer safety
is easy with
cyber smarts
Everything you learned about being safe in the real world is true online. Watch this . . .
Your posts online and instant messages easily connect to to anyone in the world.
Think before you send.
What you post matters!
The digital world
connects us.
Be an empowered digital citizen!
Online
safety tips:
Protect your identity by keeping private information private.
Keep your password private.
Know who you are talking to.
For school assignments use first name only. Don't post name, address, school, or location on public sites.
Never connect names and pictures online until you are an adult.
Be nice & demand
the same of others.
NO BULLYING ALLOWED!
Lots of people use images, music, and text from the web. Who cares?
Snapchat
A person who tries to learn personal information about you in order to commit a crime.
When people use hurtful words or threats in person or online it is bullying. Report online bullying to a trusted adult.
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