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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

How to be a good digital citizen through the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

Kaleigh Barker

on 15 October 2012

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Transcript of Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Goldilocks and the Three Bears By Helena Shea, Emelia McCarron, and Kaleigh Barker One day, Goldilocks decided to take a walk through the forest. As she was walking, she saw a cottage in the distance. She decided to go into the house and see if anyone was home. The End! (: No one was home but she found an iPhone, iPad, and a Mac on the table. Goldilocks was curious as to what these were and decided to check them out. First, Goldilocks picked up the Mac and started to check it out. The user's facebook and twitter profile came up, and suddenly she was overwhelmed with the poor use of digital citizenship that this person had! The user had posted their phone numbers, address, pictures of their home, and many other pieces of personal information which were open for anyone to see! This was definitely not an example of digital citizenship! Next, she looked at the iPad. When she turned it on, it opened up to the owner's Tumblr. She found even more examples of bad Netiquette! She found posts that were written in all caps and comments that were typed in an angry tone. She knew that this was not how you should behave online. The last device she decided to check out was the iphone. When she turned it on, the owner's Instagram profile was open. All of the privacy settings were turned on, the pictures were all appropriate, and the comments on other pictures were kind. This was an example of proper Netiquette. When the three bears came home, they found Goldilocks. She told them that she had looked at their profiles. She explained to them what she had found and what they needed to change. She showed them all of the examples of bad Netiquette and all of the examples of good Netiquette. BY Helena Shea, Emelia McCarron, and Kaleigh Barker
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