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Digital You is an online toolkit created by AT&T in collaboration with Common Sense Media to help you with privacy, safety and security online. This presentation was given to the KC Coalition for Digital Inclusion in December 2015.

Digital You is an online toolkit created by AT&T in collaboration with Common Sense Media to help you with privacy, safety and security online. This presentation was given to the KC Coalition for Digital Inclusion in December 2015.

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  1. 1. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. Digital You KC Digital Inclusion Coalition Madeline Romious RVP External Affairs AT&T December 4, 2015 digitalyou.att.com
  2. 2. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 2 What is Digital You? One of our top priorities is to empower consumers to use communication products in a way that is safe and that enhances quality of life. Digital You is an initiative designed to equip people, regardless of age or level of digital savvy, with the skills they need to use the Internet safely and constructively. INCLUDES: • Lessons and tip sheets on Internet navigation, Digital citizenship, Privacy and Security, Cyberbullying and more. • Tools to help parents keep their children’s online activity safe and constructive. • Training materials to teach new users how to use smartphones and tablets, popular apps and browsers.
  3. 3. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 3 Privacy and Security Privacy and Security Tips • Install and update anti-virus, anti-spam and security software. • Beware of downloading free software. • If you don’t know the source of an email, don’t open it. Delete it. • To protect your identity and privacy, choose a password made of random numbers and letters. • Only share credit card and personal information when buying from an established company. • Do not answer pop-up messages or emails that ask you to update your account information. • Do not cut and paste into your browser a web address that is located in the body of an unfamiliar email. • Never pay for a “free” gift. Website: http://protectmycellphone.att.com/ Precautions and Safeguards for Your Cell Phone What to Do if Your Phone is Lost or Stolen
  4. 4. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 4 For Seniors
  5. 5. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 5 For Youth Being Responsible Online It Can Wait: Don’t Text & Drive Handling Haters & Trolls • Videos: What’s a troll; 2 case study videos; and in-depth look at cyberbullying causes • Discussion topics: Anonymity, actions you can take • Activities: Design guidelines for an online community; create a video of positive messages • Guidelines and tips handout Digital Footprint Think before you post • Videos: Case study, teens discuss upside/downside to digital life • Discussion topics: What is a digital footprint and why is it important; Role of social media in your life and discussion of trending apps and sites; Impact of media life on society • Activities: Determine who gets into college based on digital footprint; self-analysis of digital life • Guidelines and tips handout
  6. 6. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 6 For Youth What is Digital Compass? An animated choose-your-own adventure interactive, gaming platform, developed with middle schoolers in mind. Students step into the shoes of one of eight characters to experience the twists and turns of daily digital life. Each character helps to illustrate a different digital dilemma in: • Cyberbullying & Digital Drama • Self-image & Identity • Internet Safety & Privacy • Creative Credit & Copyright • Relationships & Communication • And More! www.digitalcompass.org
  7. 7. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 7 For Parents & Adults Cyber bullying Why is it So Toxic? Video: Introduction to Cyber bullying including case study Discussion topics: Teens as part of solution, parents’ role, online vs. offline bullying Digital Footprints & Photo Sharing How to Prevent Oversharing in a Selfie World Video: Case study of photo sharing online, children and adults Discussion topics: self-respect, how to set & review guidelines with children, how to manage photos shared without permission Privacy, Surveillance & Self-Disclosure Who’s watching you and what do they know Video: Roles schools play in privacy Discussion topics: keeping private info private; online playground Spanish language materials available Handouts and discussion guidelines available
  8. 8. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 8 For Users With Disabilities How-To Guides • Accessibility Features for Various or Blended Disabilities • Accessibility Features for People who have Difficulty with Dexterity • Accessibility Features for People who have Difficulty Concentrating • Accessibility Features for People who have Difficulty Seeing • Accessibility Features for People who have Difficulty Hearing Accessible versions of these presentations are available via AT&T Outreach at ATTOutreach@att.com.
  9. 9. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 9 En Español Esta página web ofrece información acerca de temas muy importantes para nuestra comunidad, incluyendo: cómo ser padres en esta era digital, el uso responsable del internet y cómo sacar el mayor beneficio de los aparatos móviles.
  10. 10. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 10 Empowering Communities - Device Trainings - - Presentations - - Conversation Guides - For Everyone
  11. 11. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 11 Technology Training Events Technology education BYOD (Bring Your Own Device events) • Seniors get scheduled time with volunteer “coaches” to ask questions/learn more about their phones, smart phones or tablets, regardless of their communications provider. • ATT How To Guide - Bring Your Own Device Coaching Event Tablet training • Seniors participate in classroom style learning environment with tablets provided by AT&T. Handout included. • ATT How To Guide - Tablet Training Presentation
  12. 12. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 12 Presentations Protecting Identity, Data and Devices • Protect my smartphone • Protect my data • Scam and fraud awareness Youth – Cyberbullying, Digital Footprint • Teen-focused presentation • Hosting a Digital Footprints and Photo Sharing Discussion with Parents
  13. 13. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 13 Community Conversations/Workshops
  14. 14. © 2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. AT&T Proprietary (Internal Use Only). Not for use or disclosure outside the AT&T companies except under written agreement. 14 Digital You Interested in hosting a device training or workshop? Want to incorporate materials in your ongoing community outreach? Want to start a discussion about digital safety and citizenship? Let us know!

Editor's Notes

  • Hello, I’m Madeline Romious and work with AT&T on their External Affairs including Community & Sustainability efforts including the newly launch Digital You initiative.
  • As a business- AT&T provides consumers nearly unlimited content wherever and whenever they choose. As a corporate citizen – we want to empower consumers to use communications products in a way that is safe and enhances quality of life.

    To merge these goals, AT&T launched Digital You.

    Digital You features tools and resources developed in collaboration with some of the top organizations dedicated to helping parents, children, seniors – everyone - use technology and media safely and constructively.

    Digital You is comprised of a wealth of information. There are lessons and tip sheets on a variety of topics including internet navigation, Digital citizenship, Privacy and Security, Cyberbullying.

    There are also tools for parents, teachers and other adults to use to start important conversations with children and the community. It has also developed training materials to teach new users about their devices, and popular apps and browsers, and how to navigate it all safely – we’ll go into more of this later – I think you’ll see the potential is really exciting.
  • A key component of Digital You is Privacy and Security. Whether you’re new to the web or a digital native, everyone should know how to protect your information, your device, and know what to do if something goes wrong. The Digital You website offers tools that can better educate consumers about how to protect themselves.

    Downloadable tip sheets, a link to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, and links to free downloadable security apps, as well as information on how to enabling security features already loaded on your phone are provided.

  • Among many of the groups materials have been specifically designed for, Digital You has developed resources for seniors and others who may be new to mobile devices and the internet. Starting with the basic “How do I Use Mobile Devices?” to tips and tricks on how to navigate the Internet, how to recognize scams, keep private info secure, how to back up your data - there’s a wealth of content and instruction ready for just this community.

    On the screen are examples of the tip sheets available for download.
  • Another target population is youth. Today’s youth are handling situations many of us never had to deal with. [inserted story about my first cell phone and its lack of features, talked about early social media platforms like MySpace, etc., and how grateful I am I didn’t have the ability to update my status/post photos 24/7 with a smartphone like kids can today] Digital You materials are designed to help today’s youth wisely navigate their digital life.

    In this section, we incorporate It Can Wait, and cover topics like cyberbullying, thinking before you post, protecting your digital footprint, and staying safe online are examples of topics addressed.

    Lots of care has been taken to amass content that is relatable to teens – videos with first-person accounts of bullying, interactive activities, self-analysis exercises that ask teens to examine their digital behavior are types of resources you’ll find in this section.
  • Digital Compass is something I want to give special attention to. Digital Compass is an interactive gaming platform to help middle school kids learn critical skills of digital literacy and citizenship. We want to get them thinking about these important issues at an early age.

    Digital Compass is based on award-winning curriculum by Common Sense Education, a Digital You partner, and is designed as an animated choose your own adventure game. Students assume the role of one of eight characters who each face a digital dilemma. The player determines their character’s actions – and the outcomes – by making a series of decisions. The storylines are designed to emulate real challenges and opportunities kids face and gives them the freedom to explore how their digital interactions may impact their real-life relationships and future opportunities. It’s a great tool to open up the conversation around digital citizenship between parents and children and to get kids thinking about the real-world impact of their online choices.

    The app is currently free for download on smartphones, tablets and online due to support from AT&T.
  • Parents and adults have a unique responsibility to help kids use technology safely and materials have been designed with them in mind.

    Once again, Digital You starts at the very beginning. Tools have been created that help parents determine whether their child is ready for a cell phone, providing tips for laying ground rules and guidelines on internet safety, and even provides a glossary of the most common apps and acronyms teens are using.

    Videos and discussion materials are housed in this section to help start these important conversations.
  • First bullet is a hyperlink.

    Tip sheets highlighting various accessibility features have also been created.
  • As well as Spanish-language videos and printed materials.
  • Empowering Communities. This is one of my favorite aspects of Digital You. In addition to the tools and resources we have discussed, Digital You has also prepared materials that groups and organizations can adopt and utilize in their community outreach efforts.

  • There has been great interest and response in communities across the country to educating seniors about devices and staying safe online. Digital You has prepared training materials that groups can use to host technology training events locally. There are two types of events:

    Bring Your Own Device Training Events
    A "Bring Your Own Device" training event is where individuals bring their personal mobile devices (of any brand or model) to meet with a coach to get one-on-one training on how to use it. Coaches don’t have to be experts. Reference guides are made available to help individuals with email, Facebook, texting, connecting to the internet and more.

    Classroom-Style Tablet Training Event
    These are highly adaptable. This presentation is designed so that a presenter and a team of trainers can teach a group the basic functions of smartphones and tablets. Again, these events cover features usually of interest to older adults -- how to surf the web, use Facebook, take photo/videos, use email, download apps and use maps. With this training, AT&T has the ability to provide tablets for instruction.

    In both cases, AT&T is willing to partner and help facilitate events.

  • Additionally, presentations have been developed on other topics too.

    Tablets and smartphones privacy and security presentations
    Scam and fraud awareness
    Cyberbullying
  • Additionally, presentations have been developed on other topics too.

    Tablets and smartphones privacy and security presentations
    Scam and fraud awareness
    Cyberbullying

    There are step by step handbooks on how to host an event and each topic comes with a facilitator’s guide, prepared powerpoint presentation and short videos and a tip sheet for participants.

    Again, we are willing to assist any organization interested in hosting one of these type of events.
  • Digital You was designed to be shared widely and adopted by as many organizations as possible. We would love the opportunity to discuss how your organizations can adopt and implement the aspects of Digital You that best support your missions.

    Thank you and I’ll take any questions.

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