Web 2.0 Class Guidelines
For your safety :-)
#1- Stay safe.
Are you under 18?
• parents/adults are responsible for your safety both offline
and online, but even when w...
#2- Protect Your Name!
• Do NOT under any circumstances, use your entire name
(first and last) on any website, shared vide...
#3- Protect your personal information!
• Do NOT share your address
• Do NOT share your phone number
• Do NOT share the nam...
#4- Protect Your Passwords
• Keep your password in a safe place where only you can find
it.
• Your password is information...
#5- Stay positive and clean
• All posts or comments you create online should be kept
CLEAN of all profanity.
• Your commen...
Parent Resources To Try
Your parents might want to install any of the following
safeguard browsers on your computer:
• Ope...
Any questions?
Contact me by:
• Email - demetria@demetriazinga.com
• Skype- demetriazinga
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Web2.0 Class Safety Guidelines

  1. 1. Web 2.0 Class Guidelines For your safety :-)
  2. 2. #1- Stay safe. Are you under 18? • parents/adults are responsible for your safety both offline and online, but even when we are not around- STAY SAFE • watch out for each other (no bad sites, offensive language- click AWAY and tell an adult).
  3. 3. #2- Protect Your Name! • Do NOT under any circumstances, use your entire name (first and last) on any website, shared video, shared audio, or other shared presentation. • Instead, use a code name (like "geeksquad" or "princess50") or, use an initial to represent your first name, OR first name only.
  4. 4. #3- Protect your personal information! • Do NOT share your address • Do NOT share your phone number • Do NOT share the names of your family members Also never give away any of the following information: • Full name • Home address • Phone number • Social Security number • Passwords • Credit card numbers
  5. 5. #4- Protect Your Passwords • Keep your password in a safe place where only you can find it. • Your password is information to be kept private. You should let a parent or adult keep your password list as a backup in case you lose it. No one else should have your password. • Make your password difficult for others to learn and memorize.
  6. 6. #5- Stay positive and clean • All posts or comments you create online should be kept CLEAN of all profanity. • Your comments and posts should also stay positive • Your comments and posts should steer clear of cyberbullying or responding to cyberbullies • Respect one another
  7. 7. Parent Resources To Try Your parents might want to install any of the following safeguard browsers on your computer: • Open DNS - https://store.opendns.com/setup/computer/ This is a VERY GOOD open source program that protects against offensive site, popups, spam, adware, and malware scripts. You can protect one computer at a time, or a whole network of computers in your household. (This one is required for our class and is a FREE download). • Buddy Browser- this is a great resource for younger siblings. If you have younger brothers and sisters, your parents might want to use this fun and safe browser for their online surfing.
  8. 8. Any questions? Contact me by: • Email - demetria@demetriazinga.com • Skype- demetriazinga

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