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Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents
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Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students, and Parents

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Keeping up with the state of technology is not easy. New social media services such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Diigo, YouTube , Tumblr, Instagram, and AudioBoo continue to emerge and …

Keeping up with the state of technology is not easy. New social media services such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Diigo, YouTube , Tumblr, Instagram, and AudioBoo continue to emerge and users sign-up and setup profiles without considering the full ramifications of sharing personal information. Clif Mims shares practical tips for helping you and your students thoughtfully setup and maintain your online identities.

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  • 1. Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wakingtiger/3157622308 Managing Online Identities: Tips for Teachers, Students & Parents Clif Mims clifmims.com
  • 2. Clif Mims clifmims.com clifmims.com/connect Connect and let’s learn together.
  • 3. All materials are available online: bit.ly/mims203
  • 4. Others add their own opinions (good or bad), which contribute to your reputation. (Source: http://www.microsoft.com/security/online-privacy/reputation.aspx) Source: http://terrypetrovick.com/socialmedia/are-you-an-unknown-commenter On the Internet, you create an image of yourself through the information you share in blogs, comments, tweets, snapsh ots, videos, and links.
  • 5. Our Digital Footprints Consist of Electronic Data • Websites, blogs, and wikis • Online social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Edmodo • Social media sites: YouTube, Flickr, AudioBoo • Mashup and authoring tools: Glogster, VoiceThread, Storybird • Location-based services: Foursqare, Yelp • Virtual worlds and gaming sites: Second Life, World of Warcraft • IM and teleconference: AOL Instant Messenger, iChat, Skype • Text messages
  • 6. Our Digital Footprints Consist of Electronic Data • Websites, blogs, and wikis • Online social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Edmodo • Social media sites: YouTube, Flickr, AudioBoo • Mashup and authoring tools: Glogster, VoiceThread, Storybird • Location-based services: Foursqare, Yelp • Virtual worlds and gaming sites: Second Life, World of Warcraft • IM and teleconference: AOL Instant Messenger, iChat, Skype • Text messages
  • 7. Our Digital Footprints Consist of Electronic Data • Websites, blogs, and wikis • Online social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Edmodo • Social media sites: YouTube, Flickr, AudioBoo • Mashup and authoring tools: Glogster, VoiceThread, Storybird • Location-based services: Foursqare, Yelp • Virtual worlds and gaming sites: Second Life, World of Warcraft • IM and teleconference: AOL Instant Messenger, iChat, Skype • Text messages
  • 8. Our Digital Footprints Consist of Electronic Data • Websites, blogs, and wikis • Online social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Edmodo • Social media sites: YouTube, Flickr, AudioBoo • Mashup and authoring tools: Glogster, VoiceThread, Storybird • Location-based services: Foursqare, Yelp • Virtual worlds and gaming sites: Second Life, World of Warcraft • IM and teleconference: AOL Instant Messenger, iChat, Skype • Text messages
  • 9. Image Source: http://mysouthwestdecor.com Your Online Identity Is Connected to Your Real-World Reputation
  • 10. Developing Your Plan What will be shared online? • Name: full name, nickname • Age • Birthday • Family connections
  • 11. Developing Your Plan What will be shared online? • Name: full name, nickname • Age - not recommended • Birthday - not recommended • Family connections
  • 12. Developing Your Plan Referring to students and your children • Name: full name, nickname, descriptive information • Grade or age • Show faces in photos and videos?
  • 13. Developing Your Plan Referring to students and your children • Name: full name, nickname, descriptive information • Grade or age - not recommended • Show faces in photos and videos?
  • 14. Developing Your Plan What will be shared online? • Address • City • School name
  • 15. Developing Your Plan What will be shared online? • Address - not recommended • City • School name
  • 16. Developing Your Plan What will be shared online? • Writing, papers, journaling • Audio • Photos • Videos • Check-ins What can and should not be included?
  • 17. Developing Your Plan Content Considerations • • • • • • House Front door Mailbox Automobile License plate Travel plans
  • 18. Developing Your Plan Content Considerations • Family routines (basketball games, band practice, piano lessons) • Checking-in at children’s school
  • 19. General Tips • Review privacy policies when you sign-up and when they are updated • Follow your district’s/school’s policies
  • 20. General Tips • Keep user names, passwords, PINs, and account numbers private – 75% 8-9 yr. olds shared passwords with someone else (Source: WiredSafety.org) – 66% of girls, grades 7-12, said they shared their password with someone else (Source: WiredSafety.org)
  • 21. Treat passwords like your toothbrush. Don’t share it with anyone and change it often.
  • 22. General Tips • Hackers search for answers to security questions, such as your birthday, home town, high school class, or mother's maiden name
  • 23. General Tips • Consider public vs. private profiles • Consider using multiple identities: professional, personal – Consider having a “rubbish” email account – Try things out with your rubbish ID – Sign-up again with your preferred ID • Be purposeful about your privacy settings
  • 24. A Helpful Venn Diagram Internet Privacy
  • 25. General Tips • Think before you post • Would you say or do “this” in the real world? • Would you like for this to be seen by your mom, spouse, children? • Would you put it on a shirt and wear it? • Practice the Golden Rule • Consider how others might perceive the information and media that you post
  • 26. General Tips • Consider how others might perceive the information and media that you post • Examples of things that can be interpreted multiple ways. • Think about the tone. • All caps = SHOUTING = ANGER
  • 27. General Tips • Be mindful of what you post about others – Courteous – Respect their privacy
  • 28. Image Source: http://media.photobucket.com/image/dog/kbinc87/dog.jpg?o=3
  • 29. General Tips • Some services and sites allow you to organize your friends into lists/groups so that you can customize with whom you share each post
  • 30. General Tips • Know that it is difficult and sometimes impossible to truly delete online data
  • 31. Think Before You Post
  • 32. Developing Your Plan Talk with your students and children: • Discuss their experiences • Set online rules for your classroom and home • Determine which sites and services they can use • Follow age requirements with your students and children
  • 33. Developing Your Plan Talk with your students and children: • Become familiar with the websites and social networks they use • Emphasize that they should never meet their online friends in the real-world (IRW) • Encourage them to report cyberbullying
  • 34. Parents • Will you monitor your children’s time online? Physical and virtual components • Claim identities and domain names for your children ahead of time • Domain names can be good gifts
  • 35. The Mims Family My wife and I have purposefully made decisions about our children’s online identities. • Use nicknames or identifying information that only trusted ones know. – Example: First Day of Preschool • Use stand-ins in photos via stuffed animals, a ball cap, or other meaningful items – Example: Kids’ Pics from Today’s Photo Hike
  • 36. Be Vigilant • Google yourself, your children, organizations you lead • Search all variations of your name • Search your name and previous city names in which you have lived • Setup personal alerts: Google search, Twitter and Facebook texts, etc. • Repeat the search process using other search engines • Periodically repeat the entire search process
  • 37. Be Vigilant • Many social media and online networking sites are inaccessible to search engines. • Review what others comment, tweet, and post about you • Monitor photos in which you are tagged • Talk with your friends and family about what you do and don’t want shared about you and your family • Ask friends and family to edit or remove information about you and your family
  • 38. Be Vigilant • Be mindful of how you use “public” computers • Be careful about the add-ons and plugins you install to your site and social networks • Be careful about using third-party applications • Ask websites to remove information about you
  • 39. Sharing • What tips do you recommend? • Will you be making any changes?
  • 40. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kyteacher/3578441521/in/set-72157621409581444
  • 41. References and Resources • KidSMART: http://www.kidsmart.org.uk • Microsoft Security & Safety Center: http://www.microsoft.com/security • Teen Angels: http://www.teenangels.org • Wired Safety: http://www.wiredsafety.org
  • 42. Presentation materials and many other teacher resources available at http://clifmims.com/pd.
  • 43. Clif Mims clifmims.com clifmims.com/connect Connect and let’s learn together.
  • 44. clifmims.com/ccl

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