Digital Citizenship

By: Anna Ramsdell

"What Not To Do"

  1. Don't create drama online.
  2. Don't post unapealing language online.
  3. Don't post inapropriate pictures.
  4. Don't gossip.

Digital Footprint

  • A digital footprint is the "footsteps" you've left online. Such as e-mails and attachments, and uploading videos or digital images.
  • When e-mailing, don't spread gossip.
  • Only go to websites that are apropriate.
  • Don't upload videos or images with inapropriate content.

Reputations and Branding

Cyberbullying

  • Making fun of other people online or through any digital device is still considered bullying.
  • It is becoming more popular because of the convenience of having a digital device instantly at your fingertips.
  • Sending nasty text messages to people or posting mean things about someone online are some of the things kids take advantage of and fall under the category of cyberbullying.
  • Cyberbullying has been known to drive kids to suicide.
  • Fortunately, there are ways to stop this bullying. Support the person being bullied by posting good things about them and confronting the person(s) that are the bullies.
THE CYBER BULLYING VIRUS