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This slide deck was used as part of a 21st Century Symposium at The Lovett School, Atlanta, GA. The audience was 300 11th and 12th grade students. Presentation delivered by Laura Deisley, Director of …

This slide deck was used as part of a 21st Century Symposium at The Lovett School, Atlanta, GA. The audience was 300 11th and 12th grade students. Presentation delivered by Laura Deisley, Director of 21st Century Learning, and Sarita Yardi, PhD student at Georgia Tech's School of Computing. October 2010

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  • LD: Do you know what your privacy settings are?
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    • 1. Living Up to Your Reputation
      • Digital Footprints and Digital Empathy
    • 2. Facebook in Real Life
      • Is This How You Facebook?
    • 3. Private or Public?
    • 4. Who Is Your Audience?
    • 5. Twitter: Wide Open
    • 6. Facebook: Private, Public?Choice
    • 7.
      • TO WHOM ARE YOU TALKING?
      • WHAT ARE YOU SHARING?
      • AND, WHO IS LISTENING?
    • 8. Footprints in the Sand?
      • What is a Digital Footprint?
    • 9. This Is Your Life
    • 10. It Is Real Life...
    • 11.  
    • 12.  
    • 13.  
    • 14. Digital Empathy
    • 15.  
    • 16. What is empathy? To show empathy is to identify with another's feelings. The ability to empathize is directly dependent on your ability to feel your own feelings and identify them. 
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    • 20. Why is digital empathy different? It is harder to palpably feel what someone else is feeling across the Internet. The more anonymous something is, the more likely you are to be risky
    • 21. Examples? What would people say online that they would never say in person?
    • 22.  
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    • 25. Contexts for Empathy Friendships Relationships Events
    • 26.  
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    • 28. Thinking Points
      • Would anyone be embarrassed or hurt by what you write?
      • How would I feel if what I published was all over the national news?
      • 10 years from now, will I be proud of what I wrote?
    • 29. Top 10 Things to Remember Online
    • 30. e 10. What you post is permanent.
    • 31. 9. You are not anonymous.
    • 32. 8. Google yourself. Often.
    • 33. 7. Manage your privacy settings. Everywhere.
    • 34. 6. Promote your “professional self."
    • 35. 5. Consider your audience:   To whom are you talking? What are you sharing?    Who is (or might be) listening?
    • 36. 4. Be a friend: What are you posting?
    • 37. 3. Help a friend: What are they posting?
    • 38. 2. Don't be mean. Ever.
    • 39. 1. Be who you are. Integrity counts.
    • 40. Credits http://www.flickr.com/photos/mm_marvelousmichelle/4238146406/ http://www.dailygalaxy.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/04/25/secondlife_main_485.jpg http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/the-office/ http://benliles.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/basics-of-friendship/ http://us.acidcow.com/pics/20090921/facebook_18.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/22814057@N04/3215787208/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/archiemcphee/3074742967/