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Digital Citizenship

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The nine elements of digital citizenship.

The nine elements of digital citizenship.


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  • 1. DigitalCitizenship Julia McCullough
  • 2. Digital Access- Everyone should have fair access totechnology.
  • 3. Digital Access- No internet/technology use for anyoneshould be limited or restricted.
  • 4. Digital Communication- A persons ability to communicate using theinternet through sites such as email or othersocial networks.
  • 5. Digital Communication- Anyone who has access to the internet caneasily talk to someone else anywhere in theworld in only a matter of seconds. DigitalCommunication is what connects us.
  • 6. Digital Commerce- Using the internet as a main source toadvertise and sell products.
  • 7. Digital Commerce- Other online items such as online gambling,porn and illegally downloading music also fallunder the digital commerce element.
  • 8. Digital Literacy- Using the internet for education purposes,incorporating new technology techniques intothe classroom.
  • 9. Digital Literacy- Learning by using different softwares orwebsites, using technology to further educateyourself.
  • 10. Digital Security- Being smart and protecting yourself frombeing hacked and having someone stealyour personal information.
  • 11. Digital Security- Putting internet locks on your wifi, havingpasswords that only you know to get in toyour accounts and protecting all informationfrom any outside source.
  • 12. Digital Law- Enforcing the fact that stealing peoplesinformation, bullying and harassment overthe internet are all still real crimes that needto be taken very seriously.
  • 13. Digital Law- This goes for those people using theinternet for personal use and those who planto hack other people. Online crime is realand needs to be taken seriously.
  • 14. Digital Rights- The basic rights you have as a technologyuser.
  • 15. Digital Rights- With rights come responsibilities, and inorder to take advantage of the many rightsyou have been granted you must actaccordingly and responsible whilst you areonline.
  • 16. Digital Etiquette- Using proper manners and appropriatebehaviours while online.
  • 17. Digital Etiquette- The polite proper behaviours you possessin public should be the same online, justbecause someone is not standing directly infront of you does not mean they are notthere.
  • 18. Digital Health/ Wellness- Your actual mental and physical health inconnection to using technology.
  • 19. Digital Health/ Wellness- Internet addiction is a serious problem thatsome people suffer with. Spending too muchtime on the computer can cause postureissues, and even damage your eyesight. Youneed to be aware of how much you are reallyonline.

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