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Cell phones, smart phones, tablets… FaceBook, Twitter, texting… the Internet and social networks are hardly new to our kids. New sites and features are being created all the time. New phones make …

Cell phones, smart phones, tablets… FaceBook, Twitter, texting… the Internet and social networks are hardly new to our kids. New sites and features are being created all the time. New phones make these sites and services available to our kids anywhere, anytime. In this interactive talk we will discuss the basics of internet social networks, how our kids interact online, how they use mobile technology, and what we need to know to keep up.

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  • Slides at http://www.slideshare.net/bcaplin Handouts at http://www.bjb.org/stuff/talks/
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    • 1. Teens 2.0 Teens, Tech and What You Need To Know Barry Caplin District 196 Parent Fair Chief Information Security Officer Nov. 5, 2011 Minnesota Department of Human Services barry.caplin@state.mn.us, bc@bjb.org @bcaplin, +barrycaplin, *bcaplin Slides at http://www.slideshare.net/bcaplin Handouts at http://www.bjb.org/stuff/talks/
    • 2.  
    • 3.
      • Please… answer questions!
      Interactive
      • Please… ask questions!
    • 4. Topics
      • social networks
      • portable devices/sexting
      • geolocation
      • disconnecting/e-grounding
      • e-cheating
      • cyber-bullying
      • reputation management
    • 5. Social Network a connected set of users or organizations
    • 6. Social Networks
    • 7. Facebook
      • Over 800M users
      • > 2004 Internet
      • #1 site for time spent
      • #2 site for video sharing
    • 8. Facebook
    • 9.
      • Social networking usage:
      • Up 88% among users aged 55-64
      • age 65+ use up 100%
      • 47% of 50-64 year-old Internet users use social media
      • 26% of those over 65
      • Pew Internet & American Life Project April 2009 - May 2010
      Facebook Demographics
    • 10. Twitter
      • Microblogging
      • 2 nd biggest SNS >200M users (passed MySpace)
      • Changed media paradigm
      • But many kids don’t tweet
    • 11. More…
      • LinkedIn
      • #3
      • > 100M users
      • Professional networking
      • MySpace
      • Not Dead Yet!
      • #4 and dropping
    • 12. More…
      • Google Plus
      • > 40M users
      • Not big with teens
      • Diaspora
      • Still in test
      • Invite-only
      • These are two to watch
    • 13. Time Teens Spend Online
      • Daily:
      • 2 hrs 20 min online
      • 1 hr 50 min on SNS
      • Rioworld study, July, 2010
    • 14.  
    • 15. Social Networks can help Teens
      • Teens using SNS with friends, not strangers – UVA
      • Kids/Teens online worlds/friendships resemble offline – Cal State LA
      • "The digital world is creating new opportunities for youth to grapple with social norms, to explore interests, develop technical skills and experiment with new forms of self expression“ – Digital Youth Project
      • children who can go to a parent with a problem are more willing to accept parental limits on their media use and less likely to seek online trouble – Cornell U
      LA Times, May 2010
    • 16.
      • Teens with depression or aggressive/delinquent behavior more likely to find trouble online – UVA
      • Children more likely bullied or sexually propositioned by peers they know rather than by a stranger online – Harvard U Berkman Center for Internet and Society
      • “ it is largely the child, not the technology or even the time a kid spends using it, that seems to influence how safely he or she will navigate the digital world” – Developmental Psychology journal
      LA Times, May 2010
    • 17. On top of it
      • 71% of teens/young adults changed their online profile privacy settings.
      • 57% used search engines to see info about themselves.
      • 47% deleted comments made by others.
      • 41% untagged photos.
      • 91% of teens use social networks to stay in touch with people they know/see often, 82% for friends they rarely see.
      • Reputation Management and Social Media . Pew Internet & American Life Project, May, 2010
    • 18. Generation M 2 , Kaiser Family Foundation, January 2010
    • 19.  
    • 20. Cell Phones
      • They’re everywhere!
      • Special plans for younger kids
      • Calls, texting, pictures, video, games, apps, music, Internet…
      • Internet access is truly mobile!
      • Trickier to know what kids are doing
      • Cell data services $$$
    • 21. Cell Phones
    • 22.  
    • 23.  
    • 24.  
    • 25. Sexting
      • Texts/attachments not private
      • Currently considered child porn
      • Tunkhannock, PA
    • 26. Geolocation
      • The world knows
      • Where you are
      • Where you are not
    • 27. Life without Facebook
      • Doing without
        • U of Maryland, 2010 – 24 hours (all tech)
        • Harrisburg U, 2010 – 1 week (social media)
      • E-grounding
        • Disconnected, addiction-like responses
        • Some liked the experience (Harrisburg)
    • 28.  
    • 29. E-cheating
    • 30. E-cheating
    • 31. Bullying – Old School
      • Physical – schoolyard, hallway, locker room, bathroom
      • Verbal – rumors, taunting
      • Written – notes, walls
      Don’t share your locker combo!
    • 32. Online Bullying – New School
      • www.stopcyberbullying.org
      Don’t share your password!
      • Supplements the “old fashioned” kind
      • Available 24x7
      • Victims won’t tell – don’t want access cut off
    • 33.  
    • 34. What to do…
      • Educate your kids
        • To respect others
        • To take a stand
        • To not respond to cyberbullies
      • Communicate
        • Be the trusted resource
      • No “catch-all” fix – but many resources
    • 35. The ‘Net Never Forgets
      • Anything posted remains for a long time
      • Caching/Archiving
      • Who else might view your blog, php, site?:
        • College admissions officials
        • Job interviewers
    • 36. Reputation Management
      • Remove or untag pictures
      • Ask friends to do the same
      • Limit info on public profiles
      • LinkedIn.com
      • ClaimId.com/Naymz.com
      • Blog
    • 37. Reputation Management
      • Get involved - generate good publicity
      • Don’t get into online arguments (and if you do… drop it!)
      • You may need professional help (technical… not the other kind)
    • 38. Discussion? Slides at http://www.slideshare.net/bcaplin Handouts at http://www.bjb.org/stuff/talks/ barry.caplin@state.mn.us, bc@bjb.org @bcaplin, +barrycaplin, *bcaplin about.me/barrycaplin, delicious.com/bcaplin