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Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
Digital Citizenship Presentation
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  • 1. A Middle School Guide to Becoming a Better Digital Citizen Digital Citizenship, Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines Jackson Heights Middle School Created by: Erin Wasson
  • 2. Digital Citizenship Plagiarism Copyright Fair Use Creative Commons School Policies Topics to be Covered
  • 3. Digital Citizenship
  • 4. “the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.” -Mike Ribble www.digtialcitizenship.net Defining Digital Citizenship
  • 5. Themes of Digital Citizenship Respect Your Self/Respect Others - Etiquette - Access - Law Educate Your Self/Connect with Others - Communication - Literacy - Commerce Protect Your Self/Protect Others - Rights and Responsibility - Safety (Security) - Health and Welfare www.digitalcitizenship.net
  • 6. Always be a good digital citizen! You need to exercise digital citizenship when learning in all online or digital environments. When to Practice Digital Citizenship
  • 7. Examples of online learning environments where digital citizenship is important: online presentations digital storytelling video mash-ups picture collages social media podcasts blogging online posting website authoring video publishing Types of Online Learning Environments
  • 8. Click on each link below to learn more about digital citizenship: Digital Citizenship: Using Technology Appropriately Brainpop Spotlight on Digital Citizenship Digital Citizenship Resources
  • 9. Plagiarism
  • 10. to steal or pass off the ideas or words of another as your own to use another's work without crediting the source to present another’s work as new and original From Merriam-Webster Dictionary, quoted on www.plagiarism.org Defining Plagiarism
  • 11. Always give appropriate credit when:  using another person’s idea, opinion, or theory  using information, facts, statistics, graphs and drawings that aren’t common knowledge  paraphrasing another person’s words  quoting another person’s words From the “Plagiarism” page on www.Indiana.edu How to Avoid Plagiarism
  • 12. It is very easy to plagiarize with all of the information readily available online. It is important to be extra careful by citing all of your sources when paraphrasing or quoting what you read online and when you use an image, sound, video or any other online content. Plagiarism in the Digital Age
  • 13. Explore the link below to learn more about plagiarism: The Types of Plagiarism Plagiarism Resource
  • 14. Bainbridge State College Plagiarism Video
  • 15. To learn how to properly give credit to your sources, visit one or both of the following citation guides: APA Format Guide MLA Format Guide Citing Sources
  • 16. Copyright
  • 17. Copyright is a form of intellectual property law It protects original works of authorship or expression If someone uses another’s original work without permission or without any references to the work, they are violating copyright. Defining Copyright
  • 18. “Copyright protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture.” “Copyright does not protect facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation, although it may protect the way these things are expressed.” - U.S. Copyright Office Copyright Protections
  • 19. Copyright Basics To learn more about copyright, view the video linked below: Copyright Basics -Video by Copyright Clearance Center, posted on Youtube
  • 20. Explore the links below to learn more about copyright rules: Copyright Kids Taking the Mystery out of Copyright Copyright Resources
  • 21. Fair Use Guidelines
  • 22. Fair use is an exception to the copyright laws It allows some one to use copyrighted materials without permission under certain conditions. Fair Use Defined
  • 23. 1. The purpose of the use. 2. How much of the work will be used 3. The potential effect of the use Some Conditions for Fair Use
  • 24. Are you using the work in a new or transformative way? Is it intended for educational, personal or other non-commercial purposes? Condition 1: The Purpose of Use
  • 25. You should avoid copying all of the work or a large portion of the work You should always cite the work you are using. Condition 2: The Amount of the Copyrighted Work
  • 26.  You should try not to make the new work available to many others.  You do not want to take away profit from the original creator.  Think about who you are letting have access to your new work and avoid posting it on the Internet, if possible.  Ask the author for permission to use the work whenever possible. Condition 3: The Effect of Use
  • 27. Articles Essays Poems Pictures Sample Fair Use Content Diagrams Illustrations Short stories Book chapters
  • 28. Creative Commons
  • 29. A Creative Commons license can be added to a copyrighted work. This allows people to share, use, build upon or edit someone else’s work. There are different types of Creative Commons licenses available. Creative Commons Defined
  • 30. Click on the links below to explore additional information and resources related to Creative Commons content: Search Creative Commons Video: Copyright and Creative Commons Creative Commons Resources
  • 31. Jackson Heights Policies
  • 32. All students must adhere to teacher rules and guidelines related to plagiarism. All students make every effort to avoid plagiarizing the work of others. Any conscious effort to copy the work of another will result in disciplinary consequences. Consequences may include the failure of any plagiarized assignment and academic suspension. Plagiarism Policies
  • 33. Ribble, M. (2014). Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship. Retrieved from http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.html Plagiarism 101 (n.d.) Retrieved January 27, 2014, from http://www.plagiarism.org/plagiarism-101/overview/ Indiana University Bloomington. (n.d.). Plagiarism: What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It. Plagiarism. Retrieved January 27, 2014, from http://www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets/plagiarism.shtml Bainbridge State College. (2010, January 5). Plagiarism: How to avoid it. YouTube. Retrieved January 28, 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2q0NlWcTq1Y U.S. Copyright Office. (n.d.). Copyright. U.S. Copyright Office. Retrieved January 25, 2014, from http://www.copyright.gov/ Copyright Clearance Center. (2010, September 24). Copyright Basics. YouTube. Retrieved January 28, 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uiq42O6rhW4 REFERENCES

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