Digital Citizenship Project
Breanne F. period 5
What is digital citizenship?
When you post embarrassing or even bad pictures of yourself on online, chances are that people like you family members or even college professors WILL SEE IT! Always remember to pause before you post and make sure parents are aware of you posting it.
4. Don't share any personal info with anyone online
If you ever share personal info with people like strangers, or even your friends, always check it out with your parents to see if its okay. Strangers and people you know can always use that thing against you. So don't share any personal info with anyone online just like you would in person.
If you or a friend is a victim of cyberbullying ALWAYS be sure to tell a grown-up or parent. Parents or grown-ups can always help with things like this. They can truly help get that person to stop, or help you get rid of that person online. Also remember to not fight back or say hurtful things to the bully because that will also just make you a bully as well.
Copying someone else's work and calling it your own is basically plagiarism. If you plagiarise someone else's work you can get in deep trouble. You can of course use someone else's words, but you have to put it in quotation marks or paraphrase it.
By digital work, I mean songs and video's. It's okay to do it, but you have to make sure to get permission from that person who made it. If you don't have permission and do it anyway, serious consequences can take place.