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: \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.\n\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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  • Internet Awareness 2011

    1. 1. internet awareness
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    3. 3. “With great power, comes great responsibility” Stan Lee
    4. 4. background
    5. 5. backgroundresponsible
    6. 6. backgroundresponsible respectful
    7. 7. backgroundresponsible respectful safe
    8. 8. background
    9. 9.
    10. 10. August 30 2011
    11. 11. Google never forgets
    12. 12.
    13. 13.
    14. 14. ask yourself...
    15. 15. What worries you about being online?
    16. 16.
    17. 17.
    18. 18. 58%
    19. 19. 53%
    20. 20.
    21. 21. backgroundresponsible
    22. 22. the internet is sticky
    23. 23. terms of use
    24. 24. email
    25. 25. privacy
    26. 26. if you wouldn’t say it in person,don’t say it online.
    27. 27. backgroundresponsible respectful
    28. 28. the ‘Nana’ test
    29. 29. notes in Google Docs ld yo u be shou in c lass? cha tting 774083/ atc at/3555 /photos/fl www.fl http://
    30. 30. respect others’ property
    31. 31. backgroundresponsible respectful safe
    32. 32. listen to your inner voice
    33. 33. SECURITY
    34. 34. “With great power, comes great responsibility” Stan Lee