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  1. 1. UNDERSTANDING DIGITAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES<br />MOVING TOWARDS DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP<br />Attributes: Lisa McDonald image creator and<br /> By Tracey Wing<br /><br />
  2. 2. DIGITAL<br />RIGHTS<br />AND <br />RESPONSIBILITIES<br />By Tracey Wing<br />Attribution: Image: 'free floating'<br />
  3. 3. Students own many different mobile devices and view it as their <br />right<br />to use them at school.<br />Many students do not use these devices<br />responsibly.<br />This causes much conflict between teachers, parents and students.<br />
  4. 4. We can bury our heads in the sand, but mobile devices are here to stay<br /><br />
  5. 5. DIGITALRIGHTS<br />DIGITALRESPONSIBILITIES<br />Attribution –<br />Creative Commons License<br />
  6. 6. Safety<br />Privacy<br /> Digital<br /> Rights<br />Freedom<br />Of<br />Expression<br />Legal<br />Access<br />Google images/lightning<br />
  7. 7. We have rights to our privacy<br />RESPONSIBILITIES<br />Understand digital footprints<br />protect<br />Your<br />identity<br />Use <br />Secure<br />websites<br />Protect personal information<br />Install security and<br />filters<br />Don’t break the law<br /><br />
  8. 8. Students have a right to be safe <br />Protect<br />identity<br />Set Privacy settings<br />Be aware of risks<br />Student<br />Responsibilities<br />Don’t give out personal info<br />Report<br />Know who you chat to<br />
  9. 9. We have the right to freedom of expression and association<br /> RESPONSIBILITIES<br />Identity theft<br />Acceptableuse<br /> Ethical<br />Bullying and anti-social behaviour<br />Digital footprint<br />
  10. 10. “Students do not have the right to access digital devices at school whenever they want!”<br />“Student have the right to access information!”<br />ACCESS<br />Responsibilities:<br />Acceptable use, passwords, copyright, referencing, meaningful research, plagiarism, cut & paste, citing sources<br />Responsibilities:<br />Respect school policy, follow classroom rules, seek permission, ethical behaviour, recognise risks.<br />
  11. 11. fraud<br />copyright<br />privacy<br />Brodies law<br />LEGAL<br />RIGHTS<br />Responsibilities: teach students legal rights and legal consequences of not using digital devices responsibly<br />
  12. 12. Students do not have an inherent right to use their digital devices in classrooms, yet they still do! <br />View this u-tube video<br />SOCIAL NETWORKING<br /><br />Students know that using social network sites such as face book and twitter in class is not the right thing to do. Yet the power of the social network drives them to use digital devices inappropriately during classes.<br /><br />
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  14. 14. Digital Rights<br />Digital Responsibility<br />Digital Security<br />How as teachers can we use social media as an education tool in our classrooms?<br />Digital Access<br />How can we use school programs help students be responsible digital citizens?<br />Digital Safety<br />Digital Accessibility<br />Digital Citizenship<br />How can school policy change to support the use of personal mobile devices at school? <br />Digital Etiquette<br />Digital Location<br />