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  • What happens to your footprint when you walk in the sand? What happens though if it is in concrete or even in a fossil like this? 1.5 million years old this footprint is in rock and is a fossil that was found in Africa Do you know that everytime you use your computer or phone you leave a digital footprint and it is more like the lasting print than the sand print.
  • Use thumbs to show where people are at. Up for I know, sideways for I think I know and down for I don’t know.
  • This can be discussed and added to the box as indicated. Remember to pull student names to solicite full participation and on task behaviour. Put names back in as students can easily be called on multiple times.

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  • Presented by: Laverne Hill Media Specialist Lowndes High School With permission from: Howie DiBlasi Emerging Technologies Evangelist Digital Journey [email_address] www.drhowie.com Presentation : 2012
  • WHAT IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO OUR STUDENTS?
    • Guidelines of computer ethics
    • Ethical online behavior
    • Online resources for teaching ethics
    • Internet safety
    • Examples on digital footprints
    • Better understand our online interactions
    • Tips for establishing a culture of proper use of technology in the classroom.
    • How teachers model ethical behavior
  • WHAT DOES THAT REALLY MEAN?
    • Students should understand how to be safe and responsible online and how to create a digital footprint to be proud of today and tomorrow.
  • GUIDELINES OF COMPUTER ETHICS
    • Ethics is a set of moral principles that govern the behavior of a group or individual .
    • Computer Ethics deals with how computing professionals should make decisions regarding professional and social conduct ; set of moral principles that regulate the use of computers.
    • Some common issues of computer ethics include intellectual property rights (such as copyrighted electronic content), privacy concerns, and how computers affect society.
  • TEN COMMANDMENTS OF COMPUTER ETHICS-(K-5) USED WITH PERMISSION: COPYRIGHT: COMPUTER ETHICS INSTITUTE AUTHOR: DR. RAMON C. BARQUIN
    • 1. Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people.
    • 2. Thou shalt not interfere with other people's computer work.
    • 3. Thou shalt not snoop around in other people's files.
    • 4. Thou shalt not use a computer to steal.
    • 5. Thou shalt not use a computer to bear false witness.
    • 6. Thou shalt not copy or use proprietary software for which you have not paid.
    • 7. Thou shalt not use other people's computer resources without authorization or proper compensation.
    • 8. Thou shalt not appropriate other people's intellectual output.
    • 9. Thou shall think about the social consequences of the program you write or the system you design.
    • 10. Thou shall use a computer in ways that show consideration of and respect for your fellow humans.
  • THE HIGH/UNIVERSITY CODE OF ETHICS
    • 1) I will not use the technology/communication system to harm , slander, injure or ridicule others .
    • 2) I will not interfere with others’ use of the technology, including opening the files of others without their permission.
    • 3) I will not use the computer to steal.
    • 4) I will not use the computer to misrepresent my school or myself .
    • 5) I will not copy software for which I have not paid.
    • 6) I will not use equipment without authorization .
    • 7) I will not copy text or ideas from the technology resources without permission from the author or referencing source.
    • 8) I will be responsible for any consequences that arise from or that are a result of my computing activities.
    • 9) I will use both the equipment and the programs in ways that show consideration, care, and respect .
    • 10) I will be financially responsible and liable for any damages to either hardware or software resources that result from inappropriate or abusive behavior .
    • 11) I will not allow another person to use my logon (ID) and password , nor will I use anyone else's ID and password.
    • 12) I will abide by all rules and regulations of the system as changed or added from time to time by the
    • administration.
    • 13) I will address all concerns regarding the use of technology first to the supervising teacher and/or school librarian and then to the administration .
    • 14) I will use the technology/computer system to further my education and will share my growing knowledge with others.
    • 16) I recognize that all students deserve access as conditions permit .
    • 17) I will not violate the terms and conditions of the Authorization for Internet Access as stated below.
    • 18) I will not tamper with or change the computer settings
  • INTERNET SAFETY
    • Rules of the Road for Kids
    • 1. Guard your privacy . What people know about you is up to you.
    • 2. Protect your reputation . Self-reflect before you self-reveal. What’s funny or edgy today could cost you tomorrow.
    • 3. Nothing is private online . Anything you say or do can be copied, pasted, and sent to gazillions of people without your permission.
    • 4. Assume everyone is watching . There’s a huge, vast audience out there. If someone is your friend’s friend, they can see everything.
    • 5. Apply the Golden Rule. If you don’t want it done to you, don’t do it to someone else.
    • 6. Watch the clock . A virtual hug never matches a real one. Balance your life.
    • 7. Choose wisely . Not all content is appropriate. You know what we mean.
    • 8. Don't hide. Using anonymity to cloak your actions doesn’t turn you into a trustworthy, responsible human being.
    • 9. Think about what you see . Just because it’s online doesn’t make it true.
    • 10. Be smart, be safe . Not everyone is who they say they are. But you know that.
    • Browser keeps a list of destinations from most recent to oldest
    • A history can be cleared by anyone
    • Checking histories should be a regular part of managing your family's online lives
  • WHAT IS YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT MOST LIKE? BY TOM JACKSON
  • THINK BEFORE YOU POST
    • PSA Announcement
  • DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS ARE…….
    • traces left by someone’s activity in a digital environment.
    • two main classifications for digital footprints: passive and active.
    • passive digital footprint is created when data is collected about an action without any client activation
    • active digital footprints are created when personal data is released deliberately by a user for the purpose of sharing information about oneself
    • social media, “digital footprint ” can refer to the size of one’s online presence as it relates to the number of individuals he or she is interacting with.
    • All of us, like it or not, are creating these trails.
    • All kinds of information ABOUT YOU can be found online.
    • Will it be insignificant tomorrow, or in five years when you need to apply for college or seek new employment ?.
  • WHAT DO YOU KNOW ????
    • Do you know how long what you put online exists?
    • Do you know what the standard is for appropriate and inappropriate online behavior?
    • Do you know what a digital footprint means?
    • Do you know how to take steps to have a digital footprint that you will be proud of today and tomorrow too?
    • 1. Allowing yourself to be publicly searchable on Facebook .
    • 2. Broadcasting your location .
    • 3. Ignoring your YouTube Activity Sharing settings .
    • 4. Not talking to your kids about online privacy
    • 5. Giving your baby a Facebook page …. Really?
    • 6. Neglecting to read a company's privacy policy .
    • 7. Using your real name as your user name in virtual worlds and online games .
    • 8. Revealing your status . Instant messaging is the easiest way to give yourself up
    • 9. Letting your child sign up for anything before you know the facts ..
    You’re Not as Private as You Think
    • Footprints in the Digital Age (Will Richardson, Educause)
    • You need to be "clickable". Are you preparing your students to be Googled? (Will Richardson)
    • The Less You Share, the Less Power You Have (Will Richardson, Blog post)
    • Who is Looking for You Online ?
    • College Students in Trouble at School
  • 22 PLACES TO FIND YOUR “DIGITAL FOOTPRINT”
    • 1. BlogPulse : Trends in the Blogosphere
    • 2. Pipl : Searching the Invisible Web
    • 3. Spy : Watching what Happens on the Web
    • 4. Serph : The Social Web Right Now
    • 5. Social Mention : Mentions of your Name on the Social Web
    • 6. Monitter : Tracking Twitter
    • 7. BoardTracker 2.0 : The Ultimate Search Tool for Forums
    • 8. Google Alerts : The big G
    • 9. Web footprints using Spokeo people search .
    • 10. ZapTxt beats google or yahoo alerts, follows you to email or phone if you are offline on IM http://mashable.com/2008/06/19/zaptxt-version-two-im-sms/
    • 11. Tweetgrid : http://tweetgrid.com, allow you to track up to 9 keywords or hashtags at the same time, and tweet directly from their interface.
    • 12. http:// veryrecent .com Combines social media search, blog search and news search into one compact interface.
    • 13. http:// whostalkin .com- track your activities on Plurk/Twitter/blogs
    • 14. BrowserSpy - your online presence. http://browserspy.dk/
    • 15. http:// AskTwiTR .com searches Twitter in real time for Pic/Movie/Tags/Topic-display results on Google Map.
    • 16. FairShare : track where your content goes once you publish it. http://beta.fairshare.cc https://fairshare.attributor.com/fairshare/
    • 17. People Search : Search by Name. http://www.peoplefinders.com
    • 18. Conversation Monitter-ing and Spy-ing : tools maltego (desktop client), backtype , retweetradar
    • 19. Wink , Pipl , Spokeo , Spock , Silobreaker - focuses on news.
    • 20. PowerTwitter -search right from the twitter interface, keywords or people.
    • 21. Boardtracker - searching forums. Feedmysearch to turn your Google web searches into RSS feeds.
    • 22. http://www. 123people .com - people search, social networking search, news and blog search.
  • 1. PIPL: SEARCHING THE INVISIBLE WEB
    • Pipl ($) claims to search the deep or invisible Web to find documents, blog entries, photos, publicly available information that other search engines don't serve up.
    • http://www.pipl.com/
  • 2. BEST WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR WEB FOOTPRINTS
    • Spokeo people search . It will search across all major social networks and the Web to dig out your activities.
    • http://www.spokeo.com/
  • 3. IS THIS THE BEST ?
    • 123people is a real time people search service that looks into nearly every corner of the Web.
    • Using our proprietary search algorithm, you can find comprehensive and name related information consisting of images, videos, phone numbers, email addresses, social networking and Wikipedia profiles plus much more.
    • Content is pulled from an extensive list of international and regional relevant sources in over 11 countries in multiple languages.
    • http://www.123people.com
  • SPY: WATCHING WHAT HAPPENS ON THE WEB
    • According to the site, Spy can "listen in on the social media conversations you're interested in." This clean visualization search tool watches Twitter, FriendFeed, blog posts, Google reader shares and Flickr
    • http://spy.appspot.com/
  • WHY IS YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT IMPORTANT? CREDIT TO PAUL VERCHER
    • Recruiters look for methods to differentiate between candidates
      • Who’s a viable candidate…
      • Who’s not a viable candidate
    • Recruiters need evidence to validate their decision
      • Your digital footprint provides this “evidence”
  • CAN YOU “GOOGLE” ME ?
    • What does it mean when a potential employer, college recruiter or client Googles your name and does not find anything or doesn’t find much? 
    • What if a principal searches for a potential hire’s name and work and does not find anything ?
    • What does it mean NOT to have a digital footprint in these cases?
    • Is it positive or does it shed a negative light on your portfolio/resume?
    • What does it say about you, if you do not have a blog, a twitter account, nor other social network identities?
  • Digital Footprint Getting your name out there (in a positive way, of course)
  • Page 1 of Google The more social networking sites and bloging/twittering you do – the more your name will be “relevant” on a Google search or any search engine for that matter. However, if you have a common name (Tom Jackson) it does not matter how hard you work it – you will be back paged on Google. The good news is, there is a work around to have your name show up on page 1. The short cut is creating a “Google Profile”. This will put you on Page 1, despite how common your name is. Keep in mind that you must brand yourself. In other words link your name with your desired job title (Tom Jackson / Sales). When recruiters search various sites for Sales my name and sites will pull along with that key word. Creating a Google Profile: Google, in the search box type <ME>, hit return. This will take you to the Google profile page. Creating a “Good” Digital Footprint – Google Profile
  • Page 1 of Google Adding your URL/Webpage to Google: This is a great way to short cut Google again. Do not wait for Google to find your sites – load your sites directly in to Google. - www.google.com/addurl/?continue=/addurl Digital Footprint – Google Profile (cont.) Make sure if you have multiple sites (ie LinkedIN, Facebook, Twitter, etc) that you link each site to the other. This what they call “nesting”. Nesting is very powerful because you are linking yourself to yourself multiple times. The search engines not only pick up on your url it also maps which urls are contained within your page. In other words you look bigger than you really are. Note: Site or URL does not mean that you have to have your own personal website (but do get one). When you created your LinkedIn profile you were given a URL that points to your profile page ( www.linkedin.com/in/thomasjacksonjr ) that is a URL and the same applies to every social networking site on the internet.
  • Google Resume How to upload your resume directly to Google: You can upload your resume directly to Google. All you need to do is use Google Docs. - http://docs.google.com/?hl=en&tab=wo#owned-by-me Digital Footprint – Google Resume Posting Using either the URL above or just go to Google, from the More drop down select Documents. From the Google Docs menu select NEW
  • Digital Footprint – Google Resume Posting (cont.) From the NEW menu you can upload your resume document to Google Docs. Google Resume How to upload your resume directly to Google:
  • Google Resume How to upload your resume directly to Google: Once your resume is pasted into Google Docs then it is time to SHARE it with the world – this is how it becomes searchable. Digital Footprint – Google Resume Posting (cont.) NOTE: You can go back and edit this document anytime you want – AND – have multiple documents posted at the same time.
    • Social Networking Sites- market yourself, let friends find you, recruiters find you, look for contacts and even look for jobs.
    • www.linkedin.com (#1 Social Network for Professionals and #1 for candidate searches by HR) - www.facebook.com (#2 for candidate searching by HR)
    • www.twitter.com (#3 for candidate searching by HR)
    • - www.myspace.com
    • Blogs:- useful ways to get people to find you, follow you (and listen to you) and want to network with you.
    • - www.wordpress.com - free blog site – it has a LinkedIN add in and one for the iPhone
    • - www.blogspot.com
    • Quicklook comparison chart of popular blogging software:
    • www.ojr. org/ojr/images/ blog_software_ comparison. cfm
    Creating a “GOOD” Digital Footprint
  • Twitter:- #3 for HR/Recruiters when searching for job candidates. There are a lot of links that will help you manage twitter and find jobs on twitter – just takes a little digging. Twitter works best when working with 3 rd party applications – many are web based. Homepage- - www.twitter.com create your twitter account here Twitter Job Aggregator -http://www. tweetmyjobs .com/ is a webpage that allows you to create a profile and search for job-types by your geographical preference. Will send you a daily digest of jobs. -http:// www.twithire.com/ webpage for jobs -www. Jobshouts .com -www. Tweetcruit. com Digital Footprint - Twitter
  • ESTABLISHING YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • Twitter http://twitter.com/
      • Secure your full name as a Twitter home page (e.g. PaulVercher)
      • Post information related to your field-of-interest
        • Demonstrates initiative, communication skills, passion
  • ESTABLISHING YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/
      • Populate your profile with keywords
        • Enhance your chances of being “found” by recruiters
      • Write recommendations…include your name/job title/contact info
        • Demonstrates initiative, communication skills, passion
        • Ask contacts to write YOU a recommendation
  • ESTABLISHING YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • Facebook http://www.facebook.com/
      • Presentable portrait
      • Post resume
      • Keep “Friend” comments and responses upbeat and professional
        • Recruiters source Facebook to determine compatibility, communication skills, professionalism
  • ESTABLISHING YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/
      • Review books related to your job search
        • Demonstrates initiative, communications skills, passion
  • ESTABLISHING YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • Blogging
      • Demonstrates initiative, communication skills, passion for subject matter
      • Positive (not phony), upbeat, value-add
  • February 22, 2012 | slide
  • February 22, 2012 | slide
    • If whatever you do online can be traced back to you and it stays forever what should you put online?
    • Think: Social Networking
    • Facebook and MySpace have privacy controls
    • Some sites require kids to be older than 13 to have a profile, but younger kids set up accounts anyway
    • There are no guarantees of privacy (even with settings) since anything can be cut, pasted, and sent
    • Inappropriate pictures, posts, or messages can result in damage to kids' reputations
    • Kids can &quot;tag&quot; (or identify) their friends which can violate their privacy
  • TIPS FOR SOCIAL NETWORKING
    • http://www.commonsensemedia.org/tips-social-networking
    • It's all about hanging with friends -- online.
    • Why they matter
    • Parent tips for young kids
    • Parent tips for middle school kids
    • Parent tips for high school kids
    • Download resources in Spanish
  • UNDERSTAND YOUR ONLINE INTERACTIONS
    • Digital Footprints
    • Manage your digital footprint
    • C onduct periodic searches of your name , you'll always know what information is out there and have the opportunity to make corrections or adjustments as needed.
  • ENSURE THERE ARE PLENTY OF POSITIVE ASSOCIATIONS
    • Build your own professional web page . Include your contact information, specialty, and resume, as well as some work samples. You also can feature articles of interest and links to your favorite websites.
    • Stack the deck in your favor . Websites such as ZoomInfo.com allow users to post information about themselves, so consider including details about your professional involvement and qualifications on these types of forums.
    • Share your insights . Posting your comments on industry forums or authoring online articles in your area of expertise is a smart way to reinforce your professional reputation.
    • Exercise discretion .