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Internet Safety

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Presentation on Internet Safety from Deerfield Public Library (IL).

Presentation on Internet Safety from Deerfield Public Library (IL).

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  • 1. Internet Safety: How to be Smart Online Presented by Renee Grassi, Youth Services Librarian Deerfield Public Library
  • 2. What Do We Do Online?
    • Email
    • Instant Message (IM)
    • Chatting
    • Blogs
    • Computer Games
    • Research
  • 3.
    • The Internet is a
    • Public Place
  • 4. 3 Golden Rules of “Netiquette”
    • RESPECT ALL USERS
      • people waiting to use the computer you are using
      • people who receives your email
      • people you share a computer with
      • people you contact using instant messaging
  • 5. 3 Golden Rules of “Netiquette”
    • 2. USE APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE
      • In Any email
      • In Chat rooms
      • When Using Instant Messaging programs
      • *Don’t say anything online that you wouldn’t say in person*
  • 6. 3 Golden Rules of “Netiquette”
    • 3. RESPECT THE PRIVACY OF OTHER USERS
      • Don't read some else's mail
      • Be aware of other internet users (family, friends and younger brothers and sisters)
      • Don’t interfere when they are at a safe website or doing homework
  • 7. Think B4U Click If you come across something that makes you feel uncomfortable, tell your parents or an adult immediately
  • 8. Think B4U Click
    • People on the Internet may not be who they seem
  • 9. Think B4U Click
    • Always get to know your online friends just as you would get to know all of your friends
  • 10. Safety Tips
    • Never post or send your picture without first asking a parent
    • Never arrange a face-to-face meeting
    • Never give out personal information
      • Name
      • Address
      • School name
      • Telephone number
  • 11. When using Email & IM…
    • Change your password to your login often— and keep it in a safe place
    • Keep your password
    • information safe & don’t
    • share it with anyone
    • Keep personal information personal
  • 12. When using Email & IM…
    • Don’t open any attachments that you don’t know
    • Don’t reply to spam or offensive e-mail
    • Spammers’ favorite trick: “Remember me?”
    • Delete all e-mails from people you don’t know
    • Log off when you are done
  • 13. But most importantly… FOLLOW THE RULES OF YOUR FAMILY WHEN YOU ARE CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET!
  • 14. For more information, contact
    • Renee Grassi
    • Youth Services Librarian
    • Deerfield Public Library
    • [email_address]
    • www.deerfieldlibrary.org

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