Your online presence is your "branding/reputation".
- What you post, like, retweet, comment- all of that determines your reputation.
- When online, you want to make sure that you always think before you do anything.
- People often judge what type of person you are by how you act online.
- Employers often look to see how you act online. They do not want someone who represents themselves negatively to work for them.
Your digital footprint is the mark you leave from your online activities.
- If you post something on the internet, you leave a mark.
- Do you remember that picture you posted three years ago? That's a part of your digital footprint.
- You want to have a positive digital footprint- it'll affect your future!
- Before you ever do something/post something on the internet, stop and think: "Will I be glad that I posted this ten years from now?"
WHAT NOT TO DO ON THE INTERNET
- DO NOT post rude, negative, or offensive comments.
- DO NOT give out personal information like full birth dates, address, credit card information, etc.
- DO NOT start any form of drama online. Take care of your conflicts offline and responsibly.
- DO NOT stay logged in on community computers.
- DO NOT leave your social networking sites without privacy settings.
Cyberbullying is the act of bullying through electronic means. It is becoming increasingly more common as more technology is created and being used.
THE CYBER BULLYING VIRUS
- More than 1/3 of people have received threats online!
- 1 out of 10 teens have had pictures that they found embarrassing or hurtful spread around through electronic means!
- 50% of teens have been cyberbullied!
- 50% of teens have cyberbullied someone else!
- About 20% of teens are cyberbullied repeatedly!
"Cyber Bullying Statistics." Bullying Statistics. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2013.
"THE CYBERBULLYING VIRUS." Youtube. Youtube. 22 March 2012. Web. 20 Feb. 2013.
"Footprint." Photo. Mrs. Daugherty's Fifth-Grade Class Blog. 20 Feb. 2013 <http://mrsdaughertysclass.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/digital-footprint/>