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Crosbye digitialcitizenship

  1. 1. Digital Citizenship Project <br />Elizabeth Crosby<br />February 14th, 2011<br />Technology in Education<br />
  2. 2. Netiquette<br />Etiquette for the Internet<br />
  3. 3. Golden Rules of Etiquette<br />Treat others as you want to be treated<br />No “Flaming” or disrespect towards others<br />Respect Copyrights<br />Don’t type in all caps<br />Don’t spam people<br />Be truthful<br />Use proper grammar<br />Follow the terms of service agreement (TOS)<br />Keep it PG-13<br />Research your information before posting<br />
  4. 4. Copyright and Fair Use<br />The definition of copyright is this: The legal right given to an writer, composer, playwright, publisher, or distributor to restricted work of art, creation, sale, or sharing of a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work.<br />For more information on copyright laws for kids go<br />For now, lets watch the following video by Disney to learn more about copyright and fair use.<br />
  5. 5. Plagiarism<br />The definition of plagiarism is using someone else’s words or thoughts and using them as your own.<br />Whether you mean to or not, if you do not cite what you use, your guilty of plagiarism.<br />Examples of plagiarism are:<br />Copying someone elses paper<br />Taking a quote from someone without citing them as the person who said it.<br />
  6. 6. Safety on the Web<br />It is important to remember to be safe on the web.<br />We live in a scary world and not everyone in the world is nice. <br />The following websites have more information for safety on the web.<br /><br /><br />Please watch the next few videos about safety on the web.<br />
  7. 7. Safety on the Web-Tips for Kids<br />Do not give out information about you without parent's permission, such as:Address                                                               Parent's Work Address <br /> Social SecurityNumber                <br /> Financial InstitutionAccountNumbersParent's Work Telephone Telephone NumberName of Your SchoolLocation of Your School <br />If you see information you do not understand or makes you feel nervous let your teacher or parents know.<br />Never agree to meet someone or have them visit you without letting your parents know and checking it out with them. If a meeting is okay with everyone, be sure you are in public and someone is with you.<br />
  8. 8. Safety on the Web Continued<br />Never gives someone a photo of you or your family that you do not know.<br />If you receive an instant message (IM) or e-mail that you are have a bad feeling about, let a teacher or parent know. Receiving a message of that makes you uncomfortable is not your fault.<br />Ask for a family meeting to set guidelines for computer and internet use. When can you use it and for how long?<br />Other than to your parents never give out your password(s) - even to your best friends.<br />Be a netizen = a good online citizen. Do not do anything that is not allowed or to hurt others.<br />Do not do anything that your parents have to pay for unless your parents give you permission.<br />If you do not recognize or trust an e-mail, attachment, file, or web page don’t open it.<br />Keep in mind that people on the net may not be who they say they are. Someone who says that they are a 13 year old could really be an older man or woman.<br />If you have not met the person you have been communicating with online, Face-To-Face, then you DO NOT KNOW THAT PERSON.<br />
  9. 9. Safety on Your Computer<br />Kids. in order to keep your computer safe you need to give these these tips to your parents:<br />1. Update your operating system (OS)2. Always install anti-virus software and updates from trusted software3. Use an anti-spyware/adware program4. Make sure your home network is protected5. Make sure a firewall is on your computer6. Don't use Internet Explorer. It is the most commonly used browser, so it is the least safe. Mozilla Firefox is a great one to download.7. Keep an eye out for email attachments.8. Open a domain name system9. Be careful with unsafe websites10. Keep your personal information safe<br />
  10. 10. Bibliography<br />BelYaun; Faden, E. (2007). Disney parody explanation of copyright and fair use. United States: Creative Common Attribution<br />Chell (2008, Sept 16). 10 Best Rules of Netiquette. Retrieved from<br />Drmdk (2007). Internet safety for kids from a kids point of view. Retrieved from<br />
  11. 11. InternetSafetyDotCom. (2009). Internet Safety. Available from<br />Kevin. (2009). 10 ways to keep your computer safe. Retrieved from (2011 February 13)<br />
  12. 12. Bibliography<br />National PSA (2009) pinky pledge psa. Retrieved from<br />WebSafety4Kids.Internet safety tips. Retrieved from<br />
  13. 13. Bibliography<br />What is Copyright? (n.d.) Retrieved February 13, 2011 from<br />What is Plagiarism? (n.d.) Retrieved February 13, 2011 from<br />