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  • 1. Image courtesy Flickr Creative CommonsINTERNET SAFETY Janice Bezanson EdTech 541- Spring 2011
  • 2. THE WORLD IS GETTING SMALLER Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons
  • 3. THE WORLD IS GETTING SMALLER Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons
  • 4. RULES TO KEEP YOU SAFE• Never give out personal information such as name, address or telephone number.• Neversend a person a picture of yourself without getting permission.• Never agree to meet anyone that you meet online.• Tell an adult immediately if something makes you feel uncomfortable.
  • 5. RULES TO KEEP YOU SAFE• Never give out personal information such as name, address or telephone number.• Neversend a person a picture of yourself without getting permission.• Never agree to meet anyone that you meet online.• Tell an adult immediately if something makes you feel uncomfortable.
  • 6. ONLINE TOOLS CAUTION! The more you know the safer you will be! Use the following online resources to further explore online safety. Remember, you need to apply what you learn to stay safe. YouTube - This could really happen. Remember you don’t know who you are really chatting with. Adults can pose as children. iSafe - A place for students to hang out and learn about internet safety. Missing and Exploited Children - This website contains real-life stories about the dangers of the internet. SafeKids.Com - This site has a list of rules to keep you safe. SafeKids Quiz - Take the quiz. See if you know how to stay safe!Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons
  • 7. ONLINE TOOLS CAUTION! The more you know the safer you will be! Use the following online resources to further explore online safety. Remember, you need to apply what you learn to stay safe. YouTube - This could really happen. Remember you don’t know who you are really chatting with. Adults can pose as children. iSafe - A place for students to hang out and learn about internet safety. Missing and Exploited Children - This website contains real-life stories about the dangers of the internet. SafeKids.Com - This site has a list of rules to keep you safe. SafeKids Quiz - Take the quiz. See if you know how to stay safe!Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons
  • 8. EMAILS IN THE CLASSROOM Subject Line - Always include your last name and a brief explanation of the email topic. Emails without subjects are often filtered into the junk box.   Be Clear - Choose your words wisely and clearly explain the reason for your email.    Emotions - Dont send an email if you are upset, take a cooling off period and re-read before pushing send. Never use all capitals as it displays anger.  An occasional emoticon or acronym is acceptable depending on the context of the email, as long as they are not overused.   Spelling Counts - Words should be spelled correctly. Academic settings require academic language. When in doubt look it up in a dictionary. Name - Always add your name to the bottom of your emails. This is just good manners. Attachments - Don’t open attachments from unknown emails. They can contain viruses that can infect the computer. Image courtesy Flickr Creative Commons
  • 9. EMAILS IN THE CLASSROOM Subject Line - Always include your last name and a brief explanation of the email topic. Emails without subjects are often filtered into the junk box.   Be Clear - Choose your words wisely and clearly explain the reason for your email.    Emotions - Dont send an email if you are upset, take a cooling off period and re-read before pushing send. Never use all capitals as it displays anger.  An occasional emoticon or acronym is acceptable depending on the context of the email, as long as they are not overused.   Spelling Counts - Words should be spelled correctly. Academic settings require academic language. When in doubt look it up in a dictionary. Name - Always add your name to the bottom of your emails. This is just good manners. Attachments - Don’t open attachments from unknown emails. They can contain viruses that can infect the computer. Image courtesy Flickr Creative Commons
  • 10. PLAGIARISMWikipedia uses a quote from the 1995 Random House Compact Unabridged Dictionary todefine Plagiarism as the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another authorand the representation of them as ones own original work.Use the following online resources to help you understand how and why to avoid plagiarism.YouTube - This is a brief explanation of why not to plagiarize.Kids Health - This site gives a good lesson on plagiarism. It also includes a checklist to makesure that you are not guilty of this crime.Education World - A student guide to avoiding plagiarism. Image courtesy Flickr Creative Commons Don’t be a copy cat!
  • 11. PLAGIARISMWikipedia uses a quote from the 1995 Random House Compact Unabridged Dictionary todefine Plagiarism as the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another authorand the representation of them as ones own original work.Use the following online resources to help you understand how and why to avoid plagiarism.YouTube - This is a brief explanation of why not to plagiarize.Kids Health - This site gives a good lesson on plagiarism. It also includes a checklist to makesure that you are not guilty of this crime.Education World - A student guide to avoiding plagiarism. Image courtesy Flickr Creative Commons Don’t be a copy cat!
  • 12. RESOURCESReferences and Links in Order of AppearanceYouTubeiSafeMissing and Exploited ChildrenSafeKids.ComSafeKids QuizEmoticonAcronymDictionaryYouTubeKids HealthEducation WorldWikipediaDoering, A. H., & Roblyer, M. D. (2010). Integrating Educational Technology into    Teaching (5th ed.), UnitedStates of America: Pearson Education Inc.