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Safeguarding “Digital Identity”
Malcolm Bodley e-Learning Advisor FE
JISC Regional Support Centre Eastern

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• Every Child Matters
– be healthy
– stay safe
– enjoy and achieve
– make a positive contribution
– achieve economic well-...
• Safeguarding
• E-safety
• “Technology is like giving children wings, but you
can’t always control the directions in whic...
• What is digital Identity?
• Digital Identity Management
• What is digital reputation?
• Digital Dossier
• Organisational Reputation
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Resources
BBC Learning Zone
Safeguarding blog
E-safety blog
Digital Identity
• How can you protect your Digital Identity
– Don’t give out personal information about yourself, your
family situation, y...
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  1. 1. Safeguarding “Digital Identity” Malcolm Bodley e-Learning Advisor FE JISC Regional Support Centre Eastern Go to View > Header 2013 | slide 1 01 December & Footer to edit RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
  2. 2. • Every Child Matters – be healthy – stay safe – enjoy and achieve – make a positive contribution – achieve economic well-being.
  3. 3. • Safeguarding • E-safety • “Technology is like giving children wings, but you can’t always control the directions in which they fly.” SWGfL PlymKids Project, 2009
  4. 4. • What is digital Identity?
  5. 5. • Digital Identity Management
  6. 6. • What is digital reputation?
  7. 7. • Digital Dossier
  8. 8. • Organisational Reputation
  9. 9. • • • • • Resources BBC Learning Zone Safeguarding blog E-safety blog Digital Identity
  10. 10. • How can you protect your Digital Identity – Don’t give out personal information about yourself, your family situation, your school, your telephone number, or your address. – Do not publish your photograph or videos of yourself online for all to see. – Don’t believe everything you read online - remember some people are not who they say they are. – Parents should encourage young people to use the internet in open areas of the home. E.g. the kitchen or living room rather than private areas such as a bedroom – If you or your children receive abuse online then report it

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