Digital Citizenship Project
Hannah L. Period 5
Rule #2: Information Privacy
Personal Information Shouldn't Be Shared Freely: When you're on a website, and they start asking where you live, credit card number ext. you should never give any information. Tell a parent or guardian if they do pop up, and never open links they give you.
Rule #4: Online Saftey
Always Keep Your Identity Anonymous: You should always keep your identity anonymous online. Someone could be faking an identity, so always keep your anonymous.
Rule #6: Plagiarism
Never Use Someone Else's Words As Your Own: If you use someone else's words as your own, you might get in serious trouble with the actual author of the phrase. You always have to paraphrase (write it in your own words) or put it in quotations.
What is digital citizenship?
Digital citizenship is a group of rules you have to/should follow on websites, or even the internet. These rules make sure you are being nice to others and others be nice to you. When you follow these rules you are making sure you, and others, are safe on the internet.
Why is it necessary for everyone to understand and display positive Digital Citizenship practices?
When you're on the internet it is important to follow these rules because you're keeping yourself and others safe on the internet. You always need to display positive digital citizenship because you want to be nice to others so they're nice back.
Why Teach Digital Citizenship?