Your Digital FootprintWhat ‘Impression’ Are You Making?: Teaching Digital      Citizenship and Responsibility in Schools
IntroductionObjectives of this presentation:•   Define the term ‘digital footprint’•   Examine the impact online actions m...
What is a digital footprint?How digital footprints are made• Quick & easy to create• Permanent record• Far-reaching conseq...
What is a digital footprint? Perceived privacy versus public reality
What is a digital footprint?  Digital tattoos and longevity of information
What impact does your digital footprint make?•Reputation and digital identity•Future employers
What impact does your digital footprint make?•Positive effects, using it to your advantage
Taking control of your ‘public face’Damage control: what to do
Taking control of your ‘public face’Be proactive
Taking control of your ‘public face’Posting: public or private… or not at all?
Important Role of Teachers• Modeling good ‘netiquette’• Teaching discernment and  responsibility
Discussion QuestionsWhat are the top 3 concerns we can identify for students in relation to forming and managing their onl...
Recommended Readings:Fredrick, K. (2011). Forging a positive cyber-reputation: who are you?   School Library Monthly , 28 ...
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Your Digital Footprint: What 'Impression Are You Making? Teaching Digital Citizenship in Schools

  1. 1. Your Digital FootprintWhat ‘Impression’ Are You Making?: Teaching Digital Citizenship and Responsibility in Schools
  2. 2. IntroductionObjectives of this presentation:• Define the term ‘digital footprint’• Examine the impact online actions make on your digital footprint• Identify means of taking control of your ‘public face’• Explore the important role of teachers to educate and influence student behaviour• Provide discussion questions that will facilitate a school plan to educate students in digital citizenship and support the wider school community
  3. 3. What is a digital footprint?How digital footprints are made• Quick & easy to create• Permanent record• Far-reaching consequences
  4. 4. What is a digital footprint? Perceived privacy versus public reality
  5. 5. What is a digital footprint? Digital tattoos and longevity of information
  6. 6. What impact does your digital footprint make?•Reputation and digital identity•Future employers
  7. 7. What impact does your digital footprint make?•Positive effects, using it to your advantage
  8. 8. Taking control of your ‘public face’Damage control: what to do
  9. 9. Taking control of your ‘public face’Be proactive
  10. 10. Taking control of your ‘public face’Posting: public or private… or not at all?
  11. 11. Important Role of Teachers• Modeling good ‘netiquette’• Teaching discernment and responsibility
  12. 12. Discussion QuestionsWhat are the top 3 concerns we can identify for students in relation to forming and managing their online identity?What activities can we plan for students to help them understand the importance and maintenance of their online identity?What policies and procedures can we put in place to support staff, students and parents in terms of awareness and action?
  13. 13. Recommended Readings:Fredrick, K. (2011). Forging a positive cyber-reputation: who are you? School Library Monthly , 28 (2), 24-25.Goerzen, J., & Rosseel, T. (2010). Digital tattoo: whats yours? PNLA Quarterly , 75 (1), 66-69.Goldsborough, R. (2012). Online reputation management is new aspect of good PR. Community College Week , 24 (11), 16.Oxley, C. (2011). Digital citizenship: developing an ethical and responsible online culture. Access , 25 (3), 5-9.Willmer, D. (2009). Managing your digital footprint. T+D , 63 (6), 84-85.

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