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get connected november 20 2013 presented by jodi rupnow

A Snapshot Into Our Kids’

Social (Networking) Lives

Get Connected • November 20, 2013 • Presented by Jodi Rupnow

More information at

http://goo.gl/FmtXDP

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Social Network

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Digital Literacy

  • Importance
  • Support
  • Viewpoints
  • Relationships

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Privacy

  • Hackers
  • Social development and isolation
  • Wasting time
  • Bullies
  • Misrepresentation
  • Digital footprint
  • Less activity
  • Exposure

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So…what’s a parent to do???

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Visit the sites yourself and check for the privacy settings

  • Research any security issues
  • Join the site yourself
  • Educate your child about social networking and safety
  • Adhere to age restrictions on the sites
  • Install security software
  • Discuss online interactions regularly
  • Keep an open relationship
  • Regulate the amount of time your child spends online
  • Join some social networks for parents

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http://www.commonsensemedia.org/advice-for-parents/social-networking-for-kidshttp://www.commonsensemedia.org/advice-for-parents/social-networking-for-kids

facebook
Facebook

www.facebook.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Facebook

  • Free and easy to use
  • Connect with MANY people and businesses
  • Sharing / gathering information
  • Lots of fun games and apps available
  • Communicate promotions and events
  • Customizable privacy settings
  • Private chat area
  • Students can use it to create groups
  • Connected to other social media sites

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Cons of Facebook

  • Addiction
  • Fakers are out there
  • Over – sharing
  • Privacy

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instagram
Instagram

www.instagram.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Instagram

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Relatively drama free
  • Customize and share photos
  • Privacy settings
  • Strict terms of use
  • Sharing with other sites

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Cons of Instagram

  • Connected to other social media sites
  • Common sense
  • Other users
  • Geotagging

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snapchat
Snapchat

www.snapchat.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Snapchat

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Send images that do not remain
  • Informed if screen shots taken

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Cons of Snapchat

  • False sense of security!!!

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Kik

kik.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Kik

  • Free
  • Fast, reliable and simple to use
  • Versatile
  • Works on almost all mobile devices

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Cons of Kik

  • Connect publicly through other sites
  • No parental controls
  • Bullying
  • New apps added

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twitter
Twitter

www.twitter.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Twitter Lingo

@

# (Hashtag)

Trend

Retweet

Mention

Handle

Feed

Direct Message

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Pros of Twitter

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Rapidness of disseminating information
  • Similar minded people
  • Sharing
  • Concise
  • Connecting

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Cons of Twitter

  • Narcissistic
  • Time-consuming
  • Dangerous
  • Dumbing down of society

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You CAN follow

someone

WITHOUT

having a

Twitter account

@jodirupnow

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Vine

www.vine.co

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Vine

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Creative tool
  • Somewhat monitored

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Cons of Vine

  • Mature content available
  • Not professional looking

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ask fm
Ask FM

www.askfm.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of ask.fm

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • “Great way to pass time and have a good laugh from time to time.”

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Cons of ask.fm

  • Anonymity
  • Bullying
  • Privacy Settings
  • Blocks

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youtube
YouTube

www.youtube.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of YouTube

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • LOTS of videos
  • LOTS of topics
  • Great place to share videos
  • Safety mode

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Cons of YouTube

  • Addictive!
  • Not all content appropriate

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foursquare
Foursquare

https://foursquare.com/

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Foursquare

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Privacy settings
  • Nice features
  • Points for discounts

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Cons of Foursquare

  • Stranger Dangers
  • Adult venues
  • No age limits
  • No predator filters
  • No moderators
  • Some comments inappropriate

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blogger
Blogger

www.blogger.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Blogger

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Design skills
  • Writing skills
  • SafeSearch filter
  • Expression

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Cons of Blogger

  • Access to questionable content,
  • Can be open to public comment

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pinterest
Pinterest

www.pinterest.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Pinterest

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Easy to search for similar tastes

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Cons of Pinterest

  • Addictive
  • Less interactive than Facebook or Twitter

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google
Google+

https://plus.google.com/

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Google+

  • Free
  • Connects with other Google apps
  • Customizable privacy settings
  • Privacy tweaks for teen accounts

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Cons of Google+

  • Somewhat difficult to navigate
  • Not as popular

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linked in
Linked-in

www.linkedin.com

What is it? Who uses it?

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Pros of Linked in

  • Free and fairly easy to use
  • Networking
  • Control and privacy features

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Cons of Linked in

  • Initial time commitment
  • First impressions

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Jodi RupnowEmail:rupnjo@hamilton.k12.wi.usTwitter: @jodirupnowPhone: (262) 820-1530 ext. 7020For more information go to: http://goo.gl/FmtXDP

information in this presentation from
Information in this Presentation From

http://www.indiaparenting.com

http://www.whatissocialnetworking.com

http://sociallyactive.com/instagram-and-kids-a-parents-guide/

http://www.connectsafely.org/guides-2/

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