Digital Citizenship

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The Digital Citizenship presentation was for teenage school students on responsible use of the Internet, the web, social media and blogging services.

We discussed how to avoid problems with passwords, keeping accounts secure and downloading free files.

While the emphasis is on positive uses of the web, the session also looks at avoiding risks in downloading free material, viruses along with minimising the dangers of cyber bullying and online predators.

The Digital Citizenship presentation also discusses how to keep your details private while emphasising no-one is truly anonymous on the Internet and with social media services.

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  • The web is somewhere we should be able to have fun, talk to friends and help do our school work.
  • We live in a global world. What you send to your friends can be passed onto anybody in the world Be careful about boasting, one person I know said they’d burned out a car and put a photo up on their Facebook page, the cops paid a visit.
  • Digital Citizenship

    1. 1. Digital Citizenship Getting the most from using the web .
    2. 2. The web is global . flickr/laihiu
    3. 3. No-one is anonymous
    4. 4. <ul><li>What you say online matter, it’s easy to say something hurtful. </li></ul>Don’t be mean
    5. 5. <ul><li>Would you be embarrassed to describe something to your mum or dad or gran </li></ul>Accountability .
    6. 6. The Free Lunch <ul><li>Free is not always free, be careful of “free” music and games </li></ul><ul><li>Be careful with downloads, illegal downloading and sharing can create legal problems but it’s more likely to create virus and security problems. </li></ul>
    7. 7. <ul><li>Password protection, have a strong password to protect your details. </li></ul><ul><li>“ hackers” often turn out to be your friends </li></ul>Passwords
    8. 8. <ul><li>are usually people you know </li></ul>. Cyberbullying
    9. 9. Strangers
    10. 10. Lock down social media <ul><li>Have safe profile pictures </li></ul><ul><li>Don’t show friend lists publicly, this is another attack vector </li></ul>
    11. 11. <ul><li>From parents, grandparents teachers </li></ul>Ask for help
    12. 12. Enjoy The Web

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