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This talk attempts to contextualize young people's digital media practices. We want to acknowledge risks alongside the benefits of digital and social media. I take a literacies approach that ...

This talk attempts to contextualize young people's digital media practices. We want to acknowledge risks alongside the benefits of digital and social media. I take a literacies approach that recognizes risks are not necessarily harmful and that helping students assess and manage risks will decrease harm.

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    Digital Media & Youth Safety - Ricky Lewis & Jacqueline Vickery Digital Media & Youth Safety - Ricky Lewis & Jacqueline Vickery Presentation Transcript

    • INTERNET  &  SOCIAL  MEDIA  
    • TEEN  LIFELINE   Ricky  Lewis  (@r_lewis)   Execu8ve  Director   lifelivedbe@er.org   @teenlifeline   facebook.com/lifelivedbe@er    
    •     Dr.  Jacqueline  Ryan  Vickery,  Ph.D.   Assistant  Professor     Department  of  Radio,  Television,  &  Film   College  of  Arts  &  Sciences     University  of  North  Texas             Email:  jacqueline.vickery@unt.edu   Twi@er:  @JacVick   Faculty:  rtvf.unt.edu     Personal:  jvickery.com    
    • B.A.  in  Communica8on,  2006   University  of  Oklahoma  
    • M.A.  in  Media  Studies,  2008   Ph.D.  in  Media  Studies,  2012   University  of  Texas  
    • Tenure-­‐Track  Research   Professor     University  of  North  Texas     2012-­‐current  
    • Associated  Researcher   The  Digital  Edge   clrn.dmlhub.net  
    • Worth  the  Risk:  The  Role  of   Regula8ons  and  Norms  in  Shaping   Teens’  Digital  Media  Prac8ces    
    • In  Her  Own  Words:  Analyzing  Girls’  Iden88es,  Communi8es,  and   Cultures  through  Blogs  
    • QUESTIONS     Text  to  682-­‐325-­‐8171    
    • ANGELA AHRENDST, ! ! CEO BURBERRY I grew up learning the English language. My kids grew up learning social language. ! CFA Leadercast, 2012 !
    • 2000     2012 ! 2.7  hrs  online  per   25 hrs online per week   week  
    • 2005  -­‐  0  Videos     2013  -­‐  100  hrs  YouTube   uploaded  every  minute  
    • 2004  -­‐  0   Facebook  users     2013  -­‐  1.1   Billion  FB  users  
    • Social  context   Historical  context   Agency   Ingenuity   Crea8vity   Autonomy  
    • “Kids  need  someone  to   watch  their  back  and  not   snoop  over  their   shoulders.  They  need   adults  who  are  as   engaged  in  their  online   lives  as  they  are  with   their  offline  lives  –  not   less  and  not  more.”               -­‐  Henry  Jenkins  
    •    
    • FILL  IN  THE  BLANK       Socrates  complains  that  wri8ng  undermines  the   need  to  remember  things  and  weakens  the  mind,    i  n  the  learners’  souls,   crea8ng  “forgemulness   because  they  will  not  use  their  memories;  they     will  trust  to  the  eternal  wri@en  characters  and     not  remember  of  themselves.”   WRITING  ON  THE  WALL:  SOCIAL  MEDIA  –  THE  FIRST  2,000  YEARS  
    • BREAK     QUESTIONS?   TEXT  682-­‐325-­‐8171  
    • ships   8o n Learni Rela Iden8ty   ng  
    • Privacy   ra8on   E xp l o Autonomy   Create   lizing   Socia Learnin g  
    • s   Acces Tools  &   Skills   design   network   Informa8on   social  
    • Social  Literacy   “The  ability  to  understand  and   operate  successfully  within  a  complex   and  interdependent  social  world.  It   involves  the  acquisi8on  of  the  skills  of   ac8ve  and  confident  social   par8cipa8on,  including  the  skills,   knowledge  and  artudes  necessary   for  making  reasoned  judgments  in  a   community…Social  literacy  is   concerned  with  the  empowerment  of   the  social  and  ethical  self  which   includes  the  ability  to  understand  and   explain  differences  within  individual   experiences.”   Arthur  &  Davinson  
    • Network  Literacy   “the  ability  to  effec8vely  tap  social  networks   to  disperse  one's  own  ideas  and  media   products”   Henry  Jenkins   “unlike  print  literacy,  in  network   literacy  we  become  peers  in  the   system  and  indeed  to  be  ‘good’  at   network  literacies  is  to  contribute  as   much  as  it  is  to  consume”       Adrian  Miles    
    • “Network  literacy  means   linking  to  what  other  people   have  wri@en  and  invi8ng   comments  from  others,  it   means  understanding  a  kind  of   wri8ng  that  is  a  social,   collabora8ve  process  rather   than  an  act  of  an  individual  in   solitary.  It  means  learning  how   to  write  with  an  awareness  that   anyone  may  read  it:  your   mother,  a  future  employer  or   the  person  whose  work  you're   wri8ng  about.”     Adrian  Miles  
    • “One  of  the  most  urgent   challenges  regarding   technology,  diversity,  and   equity  is  the  need  to  expand   digital  literacy;  that  is,  the   development  of  young  people’s   capacity  not  only  to  access  and   use  digital  media  but  to  use   digital  media  in  ways  that   create  more  enhanced  and   more  empowered  expressions   of  learning,  crea8ve   expression,  and  civic   engagement.”   S.  Craig  Watkins  
    • literacy   risk  
    • Risk     Harm  
    • Adults   Literacies   Strategies  
    • References   •  Arthur,  James  and  Davinson,  Jon.  (2000).  Social  Literacy  and  Ci8zenship   Educa8on  in  the  School  Curriculum.  The  Curriculum  Journal,  Vol.  11,  No.  1,   pp.  9-­‐23.   •  Jenkins,  Henry.  (2006).  Confron8ng  the  Challenges  of  Par8cipatory  Culture   (Part  Six).  Confessions  of  an  Aca-­‐Fan.     •  Miles,  Adrian  (2007).    Network  Literacy:  The  New  Path  to  Knowledge.   Screen  Educa9on  Autumn.45,  pp.    24-­‐30.   •  Vickery,  J.R.  (2012).  Worth  the  Risk:  The  Role  of  Regula8ons  and  Norms  in   Shaping  Teens’  Digital  Media  Prac8ces.  University  of  Texas,  Disserta8on   Repository.     •  Watkins,  S.  Craig  (2012).  Digital  Divide:  Naviga8ng  the  Digital  Edge.   Interna9onal  Journal  of  Learning  and  Media,  Vol.  3,  No.  2,  pp.  1-­‐12.    
    •    
    • TOOLS  YOU  CAN  USE   •  netsmartz.org   •  cne@v.com   •  suescheylog.com   •  lifeasoflate.com   •  Just1clickaway.org      
    • TOOLS  YOU  CAN  USE   "  "  "  "  "    Be  where  students  are     Teach  them  to  stay  away  from  present  and   future  talk   Set  up  the  privacy  serngs   Turn  off  loca8on  services   Set  up  Google  Alerts  
    •     Dr.  Jacqueline  Ryan  Vickery,  Ph.D.   Assistant  Professor     Department  of  Radio,  Television,  &  Film   College  of  Arts  &  Sciences     University  of  North  Texas             Email:  jacqueline.vickery@unt.edu   Twi@er:  @JacVick   Faculty:  rtvf.unt.edu     Personal:  jvickery.com    
    • TEEN  LIFELINE   Ricky  Lewis  (@r_lewis)   Execu8ve  Director   lifelivedbe@er.org   @teenlifeline   facebook.com/lifelivedbe@er    
    • INTERNET  &  SOCIAL  MEDIA