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Digital citizenship
Digital citizenship

  • Shannon Goodwin

When do we become digital citizens
When do we become digital citizens?

  • According to Wikipedia, digital citizenship begins the first time any child, teen, and/or adult signs up for an email address, posts pictures online, uses e-commerce to buy merchandise online, and/or participates in any electronic function.

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Digital Citizenship

  • The responsibility of all online users to interact with each other with dignity and respect.

    • building safe spaces and communities

    • understanding how to manage personal information

    • being internet savvy.

    • contributing appropriately to Web 2.0 sites.

    • following the “Golden Rule”

Leading by example
Leading by example

  • Establish policies

    • Rules should be well-defined and easy to find.

  • Explain policies

    • Rules should be explained to parents, teachers, and students.

  • Enforce policies

    • Rules should have clear consequences and should be enforced when broken.

9 steps to good digital citizenship
9 Steps to good digital citizenship

  • Etiquette

  • Communication

  • Literacy

  • Access

  • Commerce

  • Law

  • Rights and Responsibilities

  • Health and Wellness

  • Security

Understanding piracy
Understanding Piracy

  • Music and DVD’s

    • The Recording Industry Association of America and the Motion Picture Association of America have campaigned to raise awareness of illegal music and movie downloading.

    • Students should be made aware of the seriousness

      of their actions when they listen to, watch, trade,

      or burn copies of illegally downloaded content.

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  • “We are all in this together, and the only way out of it is to cooperate and grow as a whole.”

    • MIKE RIBBLE, Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District

  • “It comes back to the basics of the golden rule: treat others as you want to be treated. If something isn’t yours, don’t take it. If you aren’t sure, err on the side of caution.”

    • MIKE RIBBLE, Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District

  • Bibliography

    • Villano, M. (2008). Text unto others... as you would have them text unto you. The Journal, Retrieved from









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