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  1. What is a digital footprint? A Digital footprint is a collection of activities and behaviours recorded when an entity (such as a person) interacts in a digital environment. It may include the recording of activities such as system login and logouts, visits to a web-page, accessed or created files, or emails and chat messages. The digital footprint allows interested parties to access this data; possibly for data mining, or profiling purposes.

  2. Google Yourself

  3. Search your name on these sites: www.google.com www.bing.com www.ask.com www.pipl.com Try variations of your name also: John Doe John R. Doe John Doe, Vero Beach John Doe, Gifford Middle School

  4. What did you find?-Your name?-Your Facebook page?-Your MySpace?-Awards you have won?-Your address???-A picture of you?

  5. Digital Footprint Calculator

  6. -Go to www.yahoo.com-Search “Digital Footprint Calculator”-Click on the link from www.readwriteweb.com-Scan through the article and see their definitions for “digital footprint” and “digital shadow”-Download the Digital Footprint Calculator and answer the questions.How big is your digital footprint?

  7. How to make yourself safe

  8. Safety Videos Here is the link to the NetSmartKids videos. They have a video library for each age group of students. Use the link to the library and then choose the one that is right for your students.http://www.netsmartz.org/NetSmartzKids

  9. Top Tips SOCIAL NETWORKING • Always explore the privacy settings of your SNS to protect your privacy and to protect yourself from strangers. • Get your friends and family to have a look at your SNS to check that you aren’t giving out too much personal information or posting inappropriate photos/films because they might see something you’ve missed. • Keep your passwords to yourself. • Respect yourself and others online. • If you are unlucky enough to have a bad experience online report it to the service provider and tell an adult. • Cyberbullying is NEVER acceptable. If you or someone you know is targeted by bullies online tell them 1) to report the bully to the website/service operator 2) keep evidence of the bullying behavior 3) to resist the temptation to reply to nasty messages 4) To tell an adult.

  10. Go to: • http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/ • Explore the content but be sure to look at Digital Footprints and Social Media