1 citizen portfolio. Presented by: Lim X in H ui – SA11040 Hew X in L in – SB11019 Trainer: Encik Mohd T armizi Session: 28-29 april 2012. e-Care. -Physical and Psychological Well-Being in a Digital World -applying ergonomics in our daily life. Examples: Table.
Lim XinHui – SA11040
Hew XinLin – SB11019
Session: 28-29 april 2012
-Physical and Psychological Well-Being in a Digital World
-applying ergonomics in our daily life
Work Surface Height
Must be adjustable
With adjustable height
well-designed chair that supports your back as well as allows you to work with ease.
purchase a well-designed mouse that can help avoid pressure on your forearms and wrists.
Release the mouse at frequent intervals so that you can avoid pressure on the wrists
Make sure that all your documents and controls are easily reachable by both hands so that there is no need to twist and turn any parts of your body unnecessarily.
reduce the movement of your head in djusting your focus from the screen to your documents.
The e-Literate module provides an introduction to 21st century global digital technology. It explains the capabilities to use digital technology and knowing when, when not and how to use it. It stresses on the ethics, process of learning about technology and the uses of technology.
Internet safety is more on how to protect your important information from internet threat.
"Cyberbullying" is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.
1.A fake profile is created on a social networking site
and the fake profile is used to harass and abuse other students.
2.Someone posts some embarrassing, private or
doctored photos or videos to a social networking site.
Someone sends abusive or threatening text messages or emails to a victim.
3. Online polls are set up to judge and intimidate
other students based on characteristics such as
physical appearance or intelligence.
Contact your local police department and inform them of the situation in as much detail as possible. In appropriate cases, they may refer the matter to state or federal authorities.
1. Your Screen
2. Be responsible and be aware
4. Surf wisely
6. Practise safe access
8. Backup data