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October 1, 2009 YTEENS Online Social Networking Safety Seminar Lisa Thumann Sr. Specialist in  Technology Education CMSCE,...
We have to be knowledgeable about where our kids are going.
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The Conversation <ul><li>What do you think this pictures says about you? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you know all (number of frie...
Limiting Access http:// minutesplease.com /
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“ Posting personal information online does not, by itself, appear to be a particularly risky behavior.” American Psycholog...
“ Social networking sites such as MySpace do not appear to have increased the risk of victimization by online molesters.” ...
Focus prevention more on interactive aspects of Internet use and less on posting personal information. American Psychologi...
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#1 Join Facebook http:// facebookforparents.org /
#2 “Friend” your kids http:// facebookforparents.org /
#3. Review your kids’ profile pages.  http:// facebookforparents.org /
#4. Review who is “friends” with your kids.  http:// facebookforparents.org /
#5. Select “More About” for your kids.  http:// facebookforparents.org /
Now that YOU ARE on Facebook. There are some things to keep in mind. http:// facebookforparents.org /
Teens say they use social networking sites to stay in touch with friends they see a lot (91% of social networking teens re...
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What should you do? Image Source: http://www.jeffwolfsberg.com
A participatory web needs participatory solutions
For more information visit http://thumannresources.com
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This is the slidedeck that accompanies the presentation that I did at the local YMCA on October 1, 2009. You can find additional resources at http://thumannresources.com/2009/10/01/sns_seminar/

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    1. 1. October 1, 2009 YTEENS Online Social Networking Safety Seminar Lisa Thumann Sr. Specialist in Technology Education CMSCE, Rutgers University http://thumannresources.com
    2. 2. We have to be knowledgeable about where our kids are going.
    3. 3. Image Source: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/4/4448568_87123d7244.jpg
    4. 4. “ Social Media isn’t a fad, it’s a fundamental shift in the way we communicate. Social Media Revolution http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =sIFYPQjYhv8
    5. 5. Image Source: http://api.ning.com/
    6. 6. The Conversation <ul><li>What do you think this pictures says about you? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you know all (number of friends) of your ‘friends’? </li></ul><ul><li>Can you trust everyone on your ‘friends’ list not to download that picture? </li></ul><ul><li>What does that update say about you as a person? </li></ul><ul><li>Is that who you want to be known as? </li></ul>Source: http://www.thethinkingstick.com/social-networking-workshop-for-parents
    7. 7. Limiting Access http:// minutesplease.com /
    8. 8. Image Source: http://www.maggotsack.com
    9. 9. “ Posting personal information online does not, by itself, appear to be a particularly risky behavior.” American Psychologist 2008
    10. 10. “ Social networking sites such as MySpace do not appear to have increased the risk of victimization by online molesters.” American Psychologist 2008
    11. 11. Focus prevention more on interactive aspects of Internet use and less on posting personal information. American Psychologist 2008
    12. 12. Image Source: http://blog.americanfeast.com
    13. 13. #1 Join Facebook http:// facebookforparents.org /
    14. 14. #2 “Friend” your kids http:// facebookforparents.org /
    15. 15. #3. Review your kids’ profile pages. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    16. 16. #4. Review who is “friends” with your kids. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    17. 17. #5. Select “More About” for your kids. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    18. 18. Now that YOU ARE on Facebook. There are some things to keep in mind. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    19. 19. Teens say they use social networking sites to stay in touch with friends they see a lot (91% of social networking teens report this), but also to maintain contact with those friends they rarely see in person (82%). http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2007/Social-Networking-Websites-and-Teens/Data-Memo/More-details-from-the-survey.aspx?r=1
    20. 20. 66% of teens who have created profiles limit access to their profile pages Source: http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2007/Social-Networking-Websites-and-Teens/Data-Memo/More-details-from-the-survey.aspx?r=1
    21. 21. Image Source: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/ CYBERBULLYING
    22. 22. What should you do? Image Source: http://www.jeffwolfsberg.com
    23. 23. A participatory web needs participatory solutions
    24. 24. For more information visit http://thumannresources.com

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