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Transcript of Digital Etiquette:
Know Your Audience!
In middle school it's time to start thinking about your future, and the way you communicate says a lot about you.
Casual language v. professional language
Friend v. Teacher/Adult
Email topic v. IM topic
Hacking is obtaining someone else's private, personal information without their permission, or posing as someone else online. This includes using someone's smartphone and pretending you are them.
Cell Phone Etiquette
Ever been in a group of friends and suddenly realize you're talking, but everyone else is on their phone?
Guess what- that's rude.
Show that you're paying attention to your friends
If you need to text, make sure you and your friend agree that that's ok
When an adult is talking to you, put the phone away
When you're in a public place that requires quiet or darkness, keep your phone silent and away
Do not use your phone to have a loud conversation in a public place
The internet is your home away from home!
Would you steal a book or movie from the store? Downloading something online without paying for it is the same thing.
Taking an author's words or ideas is also stealing. By now, you understand how to be an academically honest student. The more you practice citing your work, the easier it will become!
The Golden Rule
It's all about basic kindness! Treat others the way you'd like to be treated.
Do you like being teased?
Would you want someone making fun of your brother, sister, or friend?
Would you be ok with saying that over the school loudspeaker?
Digital etiquette (or netiquette as it is sometimes called), is a basic set of rules you should follow in order to make the internet better for others, and better for you. It's just as important to treat people with courtesy and respect online as it is in real life.
Be selective about what you include in an email
Forward email only with permission of the sender
Do not forward chain letters
Be aware of potential viruses
Do not send SPAM (SPAM is posting or e-mailing unsolicited e-mail, often advertising messages, to a wide audience)
Use "Reply All" appropriately
Do not respond to personal attacks via email
Remember: you are not anonymous!
Hacking is considered a criminal offense and can have serious consequences.
Bittorrent sites are illegal
Peer to peer (P2P) sites are illegal
New laws can track your upload and download rates and slow down your bandwidth accordingly
Copyright infringement is a crime
Ms. Coughlin Porter
Digital Learning Specialist