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  1. 1. Norwegian Center for ICT in Education Lisbeth Knutsdatter Gregersen Torbjørn Drotninghaug Moemandag 4. april 2011
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  3. 3. ”You aren’t always as anonymous as youthink” mandag 4. april 2011
  4. 4. "Digital judgement" Privacy Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Ethical considerations 4mandag 4. april 2011
  5. 5. Privacy - three main questions • How to take care of your own privacy? • How to respect others privacy? • How may others challenge your privacy 5mandag 4. april 2011
  6. 6. Privacy 6mandag 4. april 2011
  7. 7. Privacy Safe on net 6mandag 4. april 2011
  8. 8. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor 6mandag 4. april 2011
  9. 9. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you 6mandag 4. april 2011
  10. 10. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you • Cyber bullying 6mandag 4. april 2011
  11. 11. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you • Cyber bullying • Safety and anonymity 6mandag 4. april 2011
  12. 12. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you • Cyber bullying • Safety and anonymity • Parents and rules 6mandag 4. april 2011
  13. 13. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you • Cyber bullying • Safety and anonymity • Parents and rules • Critical source evaluation 6mandag 4. april 2011
  14. 14. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you • Cyber bullying • Safety and anonymity • Parents and rules • Critical source evaluation • Ads and commercial pressure 6mandag 4. april 2011
  15. 15. Privacy Safe on net • You are your own editor • Do you know who can see you • Cyber bullying • Safety and anonymity • Parents and rules • Critical source evaluation • Ads and commercial pressure 7mandag 4. april 2011
  16. 16. Privacy in the digital era mandag 4. april 2011
  17. 17. Three partners The Norwegian Data Inspectorate Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education Norwegian Board of Technologymandag 4. april 2011
  18. 18. Goals • Create an engaging and non-moralising campaign • Get students to reflect on privacy issues 10mandag 4. april 2011
  19. 19. You Decide for ages 13-17 11mandag 4. april 2011
  20. 20. You decide what others should know mandag 4. april 2011
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  22. 22. Look up information about yourself • Use a search engine • Check your profile on social web Did you find something you didn’t know was on the Internet? Is the information you found correct and true? Did you find anything that made you uncomfortable? 14mandag 4. april 2011
  23. 23. You Decide for ages 9-13 15mandag 4. april 2011
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  26. 26. Teacher evaluation of «You Decide» • 78 % rank the campaign ”good” or ”very good” as a useful teaching tool • 96 % want to use the campaing again at a later stage • The films were very useful to start off the discussions 18mandag 4. april 2011
  27. 27. eTwinnning - eSafety ✓ Find the eTwining group - «Internet Safety» ✓ The Quiz • quiz.start.no/110371 19mandag 4. april 2011
  28. 28. Copyright The content on www.dubestemmer.no/en may be used non commercially by any partner country in eTwinning • text • translated to any language and nationally harmonized • films • may be subtitled or dubbed • illustrations used as is • your own version based on our ideas as long as the three partners are attributed due to the manner required by proper usage 20mandag 4. april 2011
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  30. 30. What do you think? - What information about yourself would you never publish on your profile? How about on your home page or in a chat room? - Have you ever "talked" with someone on the Internet that you didn’t know the identity of in real life? Do you think any of them could have been using a false identity? - Is it easier to insult someone on the Internet when you don’t know each other? Is it more acceptable? 22mandag 4. april 2011
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  32. 32. Intectual Property Rightsmandag 4. april 2011
  33. 33. IPR • What is protected? • The right to attribution • The right to make copies • Time of protection • Private use • The persons right to control publishing of picture of one self 24 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  34. 34. What is protected 25 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  35. 35. What is protected 1) writings of all kinds 2) oral lectures 3) works for stage performance 4) musical works 5) cinematographic works 6) photographic works 7) paintings, drawings, graphic and similar pictorial works 8) sculpture of all kinds 9) architectural works, drawings and models as well as the building itself 10) pictorial woven tissues and articles of artistic handicraft and applied art 11) maps, also drawings and graphic and plastic representations or portrayals of scientific or technical nature 12) computer programs 13) translations and adaptations of the above-mentioned works 25 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  36. 36. The right to attribution Both when copies of a literary, scientific or artistic work are produced, and when it is made available to the public, the author is entitled to have his name stated in the manner required by proper usage 26 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  37. 37. The right to make copies copyright shall confer the exclusive right to dispose of a literary, scientific or artistic work by producing permanent or temporary copies thereof and by making it available to the public 27 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  38. 38. Protection time 28 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  39. 39. Protection time Copyright shall subsist during the lifetime of the author and for 70 years after the expiry of the year in which the author died 28 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  40. 40. Protection time Copyright shall subsist during the lifetime of the author and for 70 years after the expiry of the year in which the author died Photographic picture shall subsist during the lifetime of the photographer and for 15 years after the expiry of the year in which he died, but for not less than 50 years from the expiry of the year in which the picture was produced 28 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  41. 41. Photograph of a person Photographs of a person shall not be reproduced or publicly exhibited without the consent of the subject of the picture, except when a) the picture is of current or general interest, b) the picture of the person is less important than the main contents of the picture c) the subject of the picture is a group assembled for a meeting, an outdoor procession or situations or events of general interest 29 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011
  42. 42. eTwinning & proper use 30mandag 4. april 2011
  43. 43. eTwinning & proper use • You have to respect others privacy! 30mandag 4. april 2011
  44. 44. eTwinning & proper use • You have to respect others privacy! • You have to respect copyright attached to the resources! • Even if eTwinning partly is a closed digital environment, the property rights issues have to be respected! • You have rights to what you produces! • Creative Commons might be an alternative! 30mandag 4. april 2011
  45. 45. eTwinning & proper use • You have to respect others privacy! • You have to respect copyright attached to the resources! • Even if eTwinning partly is a closed digital environment, the property rights issues have to be respected! • You have rights to what you produces! • Creative Commons might be an alternative! • As a member of a digital community (as eTwinning) you have to consider what you might do and not do! 30mandag 4. april 2011
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  47. 47. What do you think? Students have a tendence to share information about themselves as where they live, hobbies, photos and so on. How do you guide your students on these matters? What about sharing on eTwinning web? 32mandag 4. april 2011
  48. 48. Work in groups • When is it OK to publish pictures on the Internet? • What can be problematic about publishing pictures of small children (1-2 years old), how about 5 years old? 12 - 15 or 18?? • What about pictures taken at the beach, at a party or at a football match? • Find out what is legal and what is illegal when it comes to publishing pictures of other people. • Can you think of cases where someone might have good reason not to want their picture or other information published on the Internet? 33mandag 4. april 2011
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  50. 50. In groups What considerations is important for collaboration in eTwinning? 35mandag 4. april 2011
  51. 51. Creative commons 36 Norwegian Centre for ICT in Educationmandag 4. april 2011

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