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    1. Web Literacy for our Crespi Parents

    3. NetDay News, 2005 Fun Stats 1989 Tim Berners-Lee 1991 2001 80% of all teenagers in the US have access to and use the internet at home The US ranks 20th in the world for high speed internet connectivity 81% of students grades 7-12 have e-mail 75% have at least one Instant Messenger 1989: Tim Berners-Lee began development of the World Wide Web in 1989: The original thing I wanted to do, was make it a collaborative medium, a place where we could all meet and read and write. (Carvin, 2005) 1991: Berners-Lee dream came to fruition when Internet/Web Browsing began (means 15/16 year old boys have grown up with the internet) 2001: One Click Publishing became possible without permission #1 is the Vatican WhiteFriars and server hacker1989: Tim Berners-Lee began development of the World Wide Web in 1989: The original thing I wanted to do, was make it a collaborative medium, a place where we could all meet and read and write. (Carvin, 2005) 1991: Berners-Lee dream came to fruition when Internet/Web Browsing began (means 15/16 year old boys have grown up with the internet) 2001: One Click Publishing became possible without permission #1 is the Vatican WhiteFriars and server hacker

    4. Blogs (Web Logs) 2004 Word of the Year An easily created, easily updatable Website that allows an author to publish instantly to the Internet Comprised of reflections and conversations that are updated daily (good ones) They ask readers to think and respond

    7. Wikis First created by Ward Cunningham in 95 Looking for easy authoring tool to entice people to publish Short form of Hawaiian wiki-wiki; means quick A wiki is a website where anyone can edit anything they want You are always the Editor in Chief There are vastly more editors than those who want to make it wrongThere are vastly more editors than those who want to make it wrong

    8. Wikipedia- good starting point for papers Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple) called wikipedia one of the most accurate encyclopedias in the world (wikiquote.com) Wikipedia- good starting point for papers Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple) called wikipedia one of the most accurate encyclopedias in the world (wikiquote.com)

    9. Authenticating Websites Why should we teach students how to find the author of websites? Ask 60 Minutes George W. Bushs Military Record

    10. EasyWhoIs.com Allows you to find the author of websites

    11. Why Is This Important?

    13. Is this an authentic source of information?

    14. Ethics Why is it important to teach internet ethics? Ask Amy Polumbo Miss New Jersey 32% of all teenagers have been targets of a range of annoying to menacing online activities Receiving threatening messages, having private emails or texts forwarded, embarrasing pictures, rumors spread onlineReceiving threatening messages, having private emails or texts forwarded, embarrasing pictures, rumors spread online

    15. Social Networking Websites Sites where users can create a profile and share interests and activities with others Users interact via: chat, messaging, email, video, music, file sharing, blogging, discussion groups, etc. MySpace FaceBook Xanga Bebo

    16. Pew Internet Project, April 2007 Todays Internet Users Social Networking Social Networking 66% of online teens keep their profile private Not visible to everyone 32% of online teens were contacted by strangers 65% of those state that they ignored the contact, deleted, or reported it Im really careful with the whole MySpace thingIve heard of employers not hiring people because of it.

    17. Pew Internet Project, April 2007 Social Networking Facts 55% of online teens have created a profile 48% of teens with a profile visit it at least once a day 91% of all social networking teens use their profile to stay in touch with friends they see frequently 85% of teens who use social networking sites say the profile they use or update the most is MySpace

    18. MySpace.com Open to anyone with loose age restrictions 90% of social networking boys use this site, 81% of girls Was originally started for musicians & bands to post music for anyone to listen to Open to anyone with loose age restrictions 90% of social networking boys use this site, 81% of girls Was originally started for musicians & bands to post music for anyone to listen to

    19. Facebook.com More closed system. Users are required to register using their real name. Facebook is organized around real-world physical communities college campuses and employersMore closed system. Users are required to register using their real name. Facebook is organized around real-world physical communities college campuses and employers

    20. Xanga.com

    21. Bebo.com Europes version of MySpaceEuropes version of MySpace

    22. SixDegrees.org - Network for Good Started by Kevin Bacon as an easy way to donate to your favorite charity that also keeps record of all your donations. Over $100million already Started by Kevin Bacon as an easy way to donate to your favorite charity that also keeps record of all your donations. Over $100million already

    23. Archive.org What ever you post on the internet will be there forever! Will your sons activities of today come back to haunt them tomorrow? Students need to be ethical and socially responsible for creating and posting information on the web

    24. The Way Back Machine Lets you see the HISTORY of ANY website!!

    25. www.crespi.org MySpace has robots that dont allow ArchivingMySpace has robots that dont allow Archiving

    26. Why is this important to know? Whatever you post on the internet is ALWAYS there!!! How safe are the environments our students are using: blogs, myspace, facebook, bebo, chatrooms, flickr?Why is this important to know? Whatever you post on the internet is ALWAYS there!!! How safe are the environments our students are using: blogs, myspace, facebook, bebo, chatrooms, flickr?

    27. Pew Internet Project, April 2007 Parental Measures My parents limit my time on the Internet. I can only spend about 1-2 hours of non-school work on it. They try checking up on me but I can get away with a lot if I wanted. High School Boy 53% of parents say they use filtering software 45% of parents say they use monitoring software 85% of teen parents have rules about internet sites their child can and cannot visit 85% of parents of online teens say they have established rules about the kinds of personal information their child can share on the internet 69% say they have rules for how long a teen can spend online

    28. Search through MySpace yourself. This is a random search using Crespi High School. Try using your sons name? See what appearsSearch through MySpace yourself. This is a random search using Crespi High School. Try using your sons name? See what appears

    29. Parent Involvement Encourage your son to examine their online behavior and take steps to prevent victimization of themselves and others Have him show you how it works Have him show you his profile Talk to your son about posting ethical and morally responsible information ONLY Keep computer in open area to monitor internet use Remember that whatever you post on the Internet is there FOREVER

    30. Tips for Parents When Communicating with your Son Dont forget that Social Networking sites like MySpace are public spaces Dont post anything you dont want the world to see People arent always who they are Be careful about adding people to your profile Harassment, Hate Speech, and Inappropriate Content should be reported Dont post anything that would embarrass you later

    31. Sites for Parents PewInternet.org Netsmartz.org Wiredsafety.org GetNetWise.org SafeTeens.com BlogSafety.com