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Safety and Responsibility Online

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by MrBarnes
Last updated 2 years ago

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Subject:
Internet Safety

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Safety and Responsibility Online

What are the responsibilities and rights of citizens in a digital, global community?

Tips for Staying Safe on Computers:-Use strong AND different passwords for all your important accounts.-Use anti-virus software-Flag suspicious emails as spam or junk; DO NOT OPEN OR FORWARD-Do not leave an unattended computer logged in with your credentials ("Top Ten Safe Computing Tips," n.d.).

What is Digital Citizenship?"Digital citizenship is the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use" (Ribble, 2015).

Digital Citizenship

Tips for Staying Safe Online:-Use the strictest privacy settings with social media-What you post online today can be attached to your name forever!-Don't post personal info online-Be SMART when using SMART phones! ("Safe Web Surfing," 2013).

Be kind online!-Don't use acryonyms-Use the Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) option when sending a group email. -Always fill in the subject line of an email -Don't YELL (ALL CAPS)-Avoid responding to heated discussions online ("How to Follow Proper Netiquette Rules," 2009).

Copyright - the legal ownership of informationFair Use - the permission of information to be used for educational purposes (Robinson, 2014).

Computer Safety

Essential Question:

Web Safety

Netiquette: Be Kind Online

Copyright and Fair Use

Unfair Use: Plagiarism also known as cheating or academic dishonesty is when you take information, whether paraphrased or quoted, and use it in your work without giving credit to the source ("How to avoid plagiarism," 2012).


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