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    1. 1. DigitalCitizenshiptheSAFE,LEGAL andETHICALuse oftechnology
    2. 2. web 1.0 web 2.0 (before 2005) (since 2005)passive activewe were consumers we are creatorswe searched we sharewe looked at other it is our contentpeople’s content it’s collaborative,we worked alone social, and free it’s called SOCIAL MEDIA
    3. 3. web 1.0 web 2.0 (before 2005) (since 2005)passive activewe were consumers we are creatorswe searched we sharewe looked at other it is our contentpeople’s content it’s collaborative,we worked alone social, and free it’s called SOCIAL MEDIA
    4. 4. web 3.0 (2010...) HTTP://CONTACTDUBAI.COM/TAG/SEO-MARKETING
    5. 5. web 3.0 (2010...) HTTP://CONTACTDUBAI.COM/TAG/SEO-MARKETING“We are the Web”
    6. 6. web 3.0 (2010...) HTTP://CONTACTDUBAI.COM/TAG/SEO-MARKETING“We are the Web”increasingly personalized, intuitive
    7. 7. web 3.0 (2010...) HTTP://CONTACTDUBAI.COM/TAG/SEO-MARKETING“We are the Web”increasingly personalized, intuitivethe Semantic Web
    8. 8. HTTP://BLOG.HUBSPOT.COM/BLOG/TABID/6307/BID/6005/22-EDUCATIONAL-SOCIAL-MEDIA-DIAGRAMS.ASPX
    9. 9. Implicationsintellectual propertyprivacy http://bit.ly/dxIoEpfreedom of speech, wider audiences, conceptof ‘viral’media multi-taskingfast rate of changemobile and cloud computingthe PEOPLE hold the power, e.g. Egypt
    10. 10. Your Digital FootprintHTTP://WWW.COETAIL.ASIA/DROSENDAAL/2010/04/30/DIGITAL-FOOTPRINT/
    11. 11. Your Digital Footprint what you do online should reflect who you areHTTP://WWW.COETAIL.ASIA/DROSENDAAL/2010/04/30/DIGITAL-FOOTPRINT/
    12. 12. Your Digital Footprint what you do online should reflect who you are everything you do online is visible; there is NO such thing as privacyHTTP://WWW.COETAIL.ASIA/DROSENDAAL/2010/04/30/DIGITAL-FOOTPRINT/
    13. 13. Your Digital Footprint what you do online should reflect who you are everything you do online is visible; there is NO such thing as privacy your Digital Footprint stays with you foreverHTTP://WWW.COETAIL.ASIA/DROSENDAAL/2010/04/30/DIGITAL-FOOTPRINT/
    14. 14. What are kids doingonline at home?
    15. 15. What are kids doingonline at home?
    16. 16. What are kids doingonline at home?
    17. 17. What are kids doingonline at home?
    18. 18. What are kids doingonline at home?
    19. 19. What are kids doingonline at home?
    20. 20. How can we keep themsafe?
    21. 21. How can we keep themsafe?work with them, learn with them
    22. 22. How can we keep themsafe?work with them, learn with themtalk to them about the dangers of downloading
    23. 23. How can we keep themsafe?work with them, learn with themtalk to them about the dangers of downloadingteach them about phishing and other scams
    24. 24. How can we keep themsafe?work with them, learn with themtalk to them about the dangers of downloadingteach them about phishing and other scamsreinforce the importance of privacy and personalinformation - show them how to make goodpasswords
    25. 25. How can we keep themsafe?work with them, learn with themtalk to them about the dangers of downloadingteach them about phishing and other scamsreinforce the importance of privacy and personalinformation - show them how to make goodpasswordstalk to them regularly about their online activities
    26. 26. Common Craft Videos:Protect your Reputation Online Secure Passwords explained by Common Craft
    27. 27. who uses facebook?privacy settingsfriends liststransparency and permanency
    28. 28. What schools are doing tobuild skills and awareness...class websites, blogs, wikis, Twittercollaborative tools, chats, creative applicationsinternet search strategies, copyright,CreativeCommons, attribution, WikipediaDigital Citizenship presentationsfor teachers and students
    29. 29. The Digital Compass is a toolthat can help with decision making by offering us choices.
    30. 30. 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.
    31. 31. 21st Century Digital Citizenship http://bit.ly/dnYVhf
    32. 32. 21st Century Digital Citizenshipbeing informed http://bit.ly/dnYVhf
    33. 33. 21st Century Digital Citizenshipbeing informedmaking well-researcheddecisions http://bit.ly/dnYVhf
    34. 34. 21st Century Digital Citizenshipbeing informedmaking well-researcheddecisions http://bit.ly/dnYVhftaking control of your digital footprint
    35. 35. 21st Century Digital Citizenshipbeing informedmaking well-researcheddecisions http://bit.ly/dnYVhftaking control of your digital footprintdemonstrating ethical behaviour; showingrespect
    36. 36. Web Resourceshttp://teachers.wrdsb.ca/wattshttp://www.newcommbiz.com/2011-is-not-about-social-media-prepare-for-the-next-wave-of-disruption/http://blog.learningtoday.com/blog/bid/36318/Web-3-0-Networked-Literacy-and-Information-Fluency-ISTE10http://socialnetworking.procon.org/https://sites.google.com/site/digitalcitizenship20/http://cybraryman.com/digitalfootprints.html

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