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Introduction to Web 2.0 for Teen Level Girl Scouts.

Introduction to Web 2.0 for Teen Level Girl Scouts.

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  • 1. Blogs, Podcasts & Cybersafety Change the world using Web 2.0
  • 2.  
  • 3. Safety First!
  • 4. Web 2.0 Second Generation of Internet Services - such as social networking sites, wikis, chat boards - that emphasize online collaboration and sharing among users.
  • 5. Use Web 2.0 to Communicate
    • Wikis
    • Chats
    • Blogs
    • Videos
    • Podcasts
  • 6. Wikis – a website that can be changed by users
    • Wikipedia the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit
  • 7. Tweens Social Networking Sites
    • Club Penguin
    • Imbee
    • Tweenland
    • Interact on these sites, but be careful. Follow the online safety rules and be respectful of others.
  • 8. Respect Online Rules
  • 9. Beware of Cyberbullies
    • Cyberbullying is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.
  • 10. Advice for Dealing with Cyberbullies
    • Don’t reply to messages from cyberbullies. They are trying to mess with your mind. Don’t give them that pleasure.
    • Do not keep this to yourself! Tell an adult. You are not alone and you didn’t do anything to deserve the bullying.
    • Inform your Internet or cell phone service provider.
    • Inform your local police if the behavior seems to call for it.
    • Do not erase or delete messages from cyberbullies.
  • 11. Talk to your friends in an online group.
  • 12. All Kinds of Groups
  • 13. Speak Up on Chat Boards
  • 14. Penguin Chat?
  • 15. Blogs – Share your views with an online journal
  • 16. Blog Safety
    • Be as anonymous as possible.
    • Protect your information. Use the privacy features!
    • Never plan in-person meetings.
    • Photos: Think before posting.
    • Check comments, don’t respond to mean comments.
    • Be honest about your age.
  • 17. Think Before You Post
    • Whatever you post can be around forever and can be seen by anyone thanks to archives, print outs, online files, emails, IMs, etc.
    • Before you post a photo or a comment, think about how you would feel if it were seen by a parent or grandparent, college admissions counselor, or future employer.
  • 18. Show you care with videos
  • 19. Shout it out with a podcast!
  • 20.
    • Tell a story.
    • Sing a song.
    • Chant.
    • Cheer.
    • Share a joke.
    • Find new ways to speak up!
    Podcasts

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