Internet Awareness 2011

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A presentation designed to introduce Grade 3 students to the importance of being good digital citizens. An intro into the responsibilities of having an online presence at our school and beyond.

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  • The web is watching you. Did you know that the internet is collecting information about you every time you visit websites?\n
  • This is my blog.\n
  • This is some of the information I can collect about the people who visit my blog\n
  • If I want more detail, I can find information like which browser people used, which operating system they use, and which page they landed on first.\n
  • Screenshots, cached links, other people downloading videos and reposting are all different examples of how information sticks around\n
  • Video - Think before you post: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGlrAhtQC24 \n
  • Will this be embarrassing to me later?\nIs this photo something you want your future university to see?\nyour future employer? \n
  • Share with someone next to you. \nAsk for people to share with the wider group\nExplain the statistical likelihood of those things happening. Most worrying? Cyberbullying.\n
  • Video - If you wouldn’t say it in person, don’t say it online.\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRznvxQUYXc\n
  • 58% of 4th through 8th graders reported having mean or cruel things said to them online.\n- National Crime Prevention Center study\n
  • 53% said that they have said mean or hurtful things to others while online. \n- National Crime Prevention Center study\n
  • What will your digital footprint be?\nDigital footprints can be big or small, helpful or hurtful.\nAssume everything you do online can be seen by others (even if it can’t).\n
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  • What you do, sticks around for ages. So make sure what sticks is how you’d like to be remembered\n
  • Stick to age appropriate sites. Facebook is for 13+.\nTalk with your parents about sites you think you should be allowed on if there is an age restriction\n
  • Don’t send annoying forwards e.g. OMG send this to 9 people or you’ll have bad luck for the next 17 years\nLook at the size of things you are emailing\nRemember anything you write can be forwarded/copied.\n
  • Don’t give away personal information e.g. address. \n\n
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  • Is what you’re doing online something that your grandma would approve of?\nWould this be expected of at UWCSEA student?\n
  • Answer: if your teacher has asked you to, and it relates to the work\n
  • Use creative commons images\nAcknowledge your sources\n
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  • You know that feeling you get if something isn’t quite right? Listen to it. \nTell an adult if something is making you feel uncomfortable.\n
  • Don’t tell anyone your password! Don’t use anyone else’s password.\nUse strong passwords\n
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