Digital Citizenship Progect

Justin B. Period 3

rule #1: Digital etiquette

Be nice on the internet. Re-read what you are going to send before you send it. Never type with all caps because doing that will make it seem like you are yelling.

rule #2: information privacy

Don't give your Personal information to a website that trick you for your information. you can get emails that you do not want.

rule #3: Social Networking

Most popular websites like Facebook, Myspace.com, Bebo, and Friendster have social networking.

rule #4: Online Safety

Keep your identity a secret

Be extra careful with strangers

Tell somebody

Protect your passwords

Be nice

rule #5: Cyberbullying

Do not say anything mean back

only tell your parents your password

do not text or write anything you wouldn't say in person

rule #6: Plagiarism

Don't copy off of somebody else

If you are going to copy word for word put it in quotation marks (""). if you do this credit the author.

rule #7: Copyright

ask for permision before you use the person's work

if you legaly use the person's work you can be taken to court.

Digital citizenship is like the real world rules. Like for example, Online safety. another example is information privacy. It is important for everyone to understand and display positive digital citizenship practices because if you do not know what to do in a game where somebody sends you a friend request you won't think twice. Another reason is if you see a pop up that is interesting to you you will most likely fill out your information to that person's pop up.