Temi S, P4
What is Digital Citizenship?
Why is it necessary for everyone to understand Digital Citizenship?
7 Rules of Digital Citizenship
3. Use your head and keep private information private: Don't post any bad or embarrassing pictures or any other things you don't want always coming back at you in a bad way.
4. Use common sense when going online: Don't give anyone your personal information if you don't know exactly who they are or what they're for.
5. Don't be a cyberbully: Don't post anything that might potentially make someone feel bad about themselves or not feel like they matter. Victims may suffer from depression even though you didn't physically attack the receiver of the attack.
6. Try your best not to plagiarize: Try not to copy thing down on your paper that someone else did and you would like to take credit for it. If you don't know how to put whatever your researching about in your own words then put whatever someone said in quotations or and a foot or end note.
7. Everything you create is copyrighted: Even if you create a book or take a picture it's copyrighted. To avoid getting sued; try to look for the circled C for everything you might use in a project or a book your going to write.