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Digital Citizenship is a complex issue. The future of the digital world is not written. This non-linear Keynote presentation attempts to show the issues and how educators, parents, students, and ...

Digital Citizenship is a complex issue. The future of the digital world is not written. This non-linear Keynote presentation attempts to show the issues and how educators, parents, students, and business must work together to determine the digital landscape of the future.

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    • Digital Citizenship
    • In the mid-1990s educators in the United Kingdom began working toward establishing protocols for good digital citizenship. The concept of digital citizenship began with the belief that it is the responsibility of all online users to interact with each other with dignity and respect. With the advent of Web 2.0 the concept of digital citizenship evolved to encompass more than just the responsibility of all online users to interact with each other with dignity and respect. Today’s digital natives are engaged in the online world in ways never dreamed of before. The future of this online world depends in part on how digital natives Lee Jordan 08/26/07 harness and use its potential. Home Web Digital 2.0 Natives
    • Digital Natives abkfenris 02/11/06 Jefa 10/23/07 The Who are challenges digital of the natives? digital world. De Pol 10/31/06 Home Steve Rhodes 07/20/07 llfoley 12/08/08
    • The Internet Has Changed! Web 1.0 Web 2.0 The Digital challenges Home Natives of the digital world.
    • Web 1.0 Was Static • It was a one-way information highway. • It was a one-way flow of information through websites which contained 'read-only' material. • There was widespread computer illiteracy. • It involved slow Internet connections which added to the restrictions of the Internet. • It was application-based and applications needed to be purchased. nxtiak 07/25/08 •It was single creator content, meaning one person created the content and posted it. The challenges Home Web 2.0 Digital of the Natives digital world.
    • Web 2.0 is different. It is a new frontier. • It allows software developers and users to use the Web in a participatory way. • It has moved from personal websites to blogs, from publishing to participation. • It is collaborative, many times involving multiple collaborators. • It is increasingly free with less need to purchase applications. • It allows for creating and sharing content. •It is faster. The Digital challenges Home Web 1.0 Natives of the digital world.
    • Web 2.0 is different. It is a new frontier. • It allows software developers and users to use the Web in a participatory way. • It has moved from personal websites to blogs, from publishing to participation. • It is collaborative, many times involving multiple collaborators. • It is increasingly free with less need to purchase applications. • It allows for creating and sharing content. •It is faster. The Digital challenges Home Web 1.0 Natives of the digital world.
    • Digital Natives? Who are they? • Born after 1980, digital natives are those who access and use technology. • They study, work, write, and interact with each other in ways that are very different than any other generation. • Digital natives have always known a digital life; it is a part of their lives. Inferis Challenges Digital Home of the Natives digital world
    • The Challenges of the Digital World Cultures are being created Digital natives are not only in the physical actively engaged in the world but the digital, virtual Web 2.0 participatory world. culture. They are growing up in a culture Digital natives need to which is global in scope understand the possibilities and nature. their global culture brings forth and the challenges woodleywonderworks they will face. Information Intellectual International Identity Privacy Safety Overload Property Perspective Who Digital Home will help? Natives
    • Identity Digital Natives are living a life online. From chats on AIM to comments on MySpace to vlogs on YouTube they are presenting themselves, interacting with others, and publishing their thoughts, desires, and experiences on the Internet for others to see. They are experimenting with identity. Howard Gardner, the founder of multiple-intelligences theory shares the Privacy research from the last 15 years of The Good Play Project about the ethical sense of young people and their sense of identity. Intellectual Property Safety International Information Perspective Overload clarestoker Who Digital Home will help? Natives
    • Privacy Living online 24 / 7 digital natives are recording many details of their lives. The norms for privacy of shifting. The digital dossiers digital natives are compiling Identity may include some digital tatoos they wish they could remove. Yet, it is not the digital native alone helping to create these digital dossiers. For many digital natives the ability to control the information that proliferates about them on the Web will decline with each passing year of their lives. Intellectual Property Safety International Perspective Information Overload Who Digital Home will help? Natives
    • Safety Identity J_O_I_D 90% of tweens have used the Internet by the time they're 9 years old. Online safety concerns are not new. Yet for each online safety concern there is a counterpart Intellectual Property in the offline context that predates the Internet. Privacy Bullying Cyberbullying Stranger Danger Online Predators Fortunately, good parenting skills work to help digital International Information natives have the skills and tools they need to navigate their Perspective Overload online and offline worlds. Nonprofit organizations such as CommonSense Media can help parents support good decision making online. Who Digital Home will Natives help?
    • Information Overload Identity Separating inaccurate information from the truth is a process as old as civilization. The rate at which new information is added to the Internet often creates an increasingly frequent state of having too much information to make a decision or remain informed about a topic. For digital natives this slows down their work production as they struggle to differentiate good information from bad. Learning skills to manage information will be important for digital natives. Intellectual Property Privacy International Safety Perspective Who Digital Home will Natives help?
    • Intellectual Property Digital natives are engaged in creating and sharing work. The Internet provides digital natives with endless opportunities to access content, new ways to create Identity content with it, and audiences to appreciate it. Some, but not all of this production uses others’ intellectual property. This movement toward digital creations and online creativity is about sharing. It is social and collaborative. This new growing participatory culture will have an impact on intellectual property law. Information Overload Privacy International Perspective Safety Who Digital Home will help? Natives
    • International Perspective Identity Information Overload Privacy looking4poetry Apoorva Guptay The Internet has removed the physical distance and barriers flattening the world. Intellectual Through the use of new technologies young people can have an impact on the Property political, economical, social, and cultural process. Chinese youth used online bulletin boards to organize across geographic boundaries to protest, while young Iranians use microblogs to make their voice heard when the state was shutting down media outlet. Safety With all this international participation questions arise such as how do responsible young people (and adults too) participate in a two-way conversation with the news gatherers and pundits? How can well-informed readers of all ages evolve into trustworthy citizen journalists and writers, upholding lasting principles of “good journalism?” These questions and others will have to be studied to ensure that the Internet has a positive impact, not a negative one, on political, social, economical, and cultural process. Who Digital Home will help? Natives
    • All of Us Parents Educators Business Law Eduardo Deboni Challenges Digital Home of the Natives digital world
    • Parents can make a difference. Parents need to become informed to be credible and knowledgeable about the digital world. Parents need to have conversations with their children about the issues that present challenges for digital natives. Parents need to share in their children’s online experience to learning from their children what they are doing online. Parents need to set limits on Internet use and Steve Polyak adjust those limits as their children grown and mature. Challenges Who Digital Home Natives of the will digital world help?
    • Businesses Can Help Businesses can help by providing security features and privacy features that protect individuals. Businesses can help by taking action to contact law enforcement agencies when they encounter issues that threaten their consumers’ rights to privacy and security. Consumers of these online businesses can pshab help by lobbying businesses to develop safe, appropriate online environments. Harry R Challenges Who Digital will Home Natives of the help? digital world
    • Educators can help. Educators must understand how digital natives interact in the online world. Educators must engage students in using online tools and learning environments to provide opportunities for discussions about appropriate, safe use of online tools and learning environments. Educators must work with students to teach them skills they will need to manage information. Educators can address the issue of intellectual property as they work with students who are creating new content. superkimbo in BKK Challenges Who Digital Home Natives of the will digital world help?
    • LAW There are many positive aspects of Internet however with these positive aspects come risks to safety, including the dangers of sexual solicitation, online harassment, and bullying, and exposure to problematic and illegal content. Work recently completed by the Multi-State Working Group on Social Networking, comprising 50 state Attorneys General, to determine the extent to which today’s technologies could help to address these online safety risks, in the United States. This work is one of many steps in the right direction toward protecting our youth in the digital world. More work Stéfan like this will need to be done. Sharing the research, data, and insights from this work with parents, businesses, and educators will be valuable in helping all partners provide digital natives with support and guidance as they navigate the online world. Challenges Digital Home Natives of the Credits digital world
    • Sources Digital Dossier. Dir. Kanupriya Tewari. Perf. Andy. YouTube. YouTube, 13 Aug. 2008. Web. 13 Aug. 2009. <http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=79IYZVYIVLA>. Digital Youth Portrait: Cameron. Dir. Ken Ellis. Perf. Cameron. Edutopia: What works in Education. Edutopia, 27 May 2009. Web. 17 Aug. 2009. <http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-profile-cameron-video>. IDC Information Overload Chart. 2008. Photograph. Adam_Thierer Photo Stream/Flickr. Flickr-IDC Information Overload Chart. Adam Thierer, 14 Mar. 2008. Web. 08 Aug. 2009. <http://www.flickr.com/photos/adam_thierer/2333232442/>. Palfrey, John, and Urs Gasser. Born Digital. New York: Basic Books, 2008. Print. All other photographs in this presentation were licensed under CreativeCommons and were obtained from www.flickr.com. Home