Digital Citizenship Project

Haley T. CP Literacy P2

Top 7 Rules for Digital Citizenship

  1. Treat others the way you want to be treated online.
  2. Do not share any personal information to websites, people, etc.
  3. Don't share anything you wouldn't want your parents, friends, or even future employers to see. In other words, THINK before you post.
  4. Keep your identity a secret. Even if the person you are giving it to seems nice.
  5. Don't say anything you wouldn't say in real life, what might me a joke to you could hurt someone else's feelings.
  6. If you copy writing word for word, put in quotes and give credit. Otherwise, always paraphrase. For example, the picture is from:
  7. Do not steal other peoples' work without asking, you can be sued for doing so.
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Digital Citizen Paragraph

Digital citizenship is a set of rules to follow online, similar to manners. In order to follow these manners you need to THINK. You should always think before you post. In fact, doing this is so important that you could get in trouble by the law if you don't. You could get sued, arrested, and even fined. Think stands for is it True? Is it Helpful? Is it Inspiring? Is it Necessary? Most of all, is it Kind? If you follow all these rules, you can avoid plagiarism, copyright, cyber bullying, and overall, be safe online.