Character Attributes Digital Applications Fall, 2009
web 1.0 web 2.0 (before 2005) (since 2005)passive often, lower level thinkingwe searchedcontained others’contentwe were consumers activewe worked alone we are searched contains our content we are creators we collaborate, connect and share
web 3.0 (2010...) HTTP://CONTACTDUBAI.COM/TAG/SEO-MARKETINGincreasingly personalized, intuitivethe Semantic Web“We are the Web”
The possibilities are limitless.What are the implications for us, as educators, and for our students?
Implicationsfast rate of changemobile and cloud computing http://bit.ly/dxIoEpprivacyintellectual propertyfreedom of speech, wider audiences, conceptof ‘viral’media multi-taskingthe PEOPLE hold the power, e.g. Tunisia, Egypt
everything you doYour Digital online is visible; there is no such Footprint thing as privacy your Digital Footprint stays with you forever what you do online should reflect the person you are and the attributes youhttp://library.wrdsb.ca/research/digital-citizenship/ believe in
What do our students needfrom us?to teach, encourage, reinforce and model goodDigital Citizenshipto demonstrate and utilize ways that technologyand Web 2.0 tools can be used in positive ways,ie. class websites, blogs, wikis, joining globalnetworks, using Social Media tools such asTwitter, TodaysMeet, etc.to instruct them in good searchstrategies, copyright, CreativeCommons, attribution
The Digital Compass is a toolthat can help with decision making by oﬀering us choices.
Use the Digital Compass todiscuss these scenarios ...Writing a comment about your teacher in a chat.Posting a picture of a friend on your Facebook page.Downloading music from the internet.Using images from the internet on your websiteRecording a conversation on your cellphone.
21st Century Digital Citizenshipbeing informedmaking well-researcheddecisions http://bit.ly/dnYVhftaking control of your digital footprintdemonstrating ethical behaviour; showingrespect