Digital Citizenship Project
Taylor S. Period 5
What is digital citizenship and why should we all display it?
Digital citizenship is basically what it says in the name and a little more. It is showing courtesy while on the web and making sure you follow all the rules of the internet by treating others the way you want to be treated. It is very important to display digital citizenship while online. The reason for this is, if we all were nice and treated others the way we wanted to be treated on the internet, then there would not be conflict, and much more problems on the internet would be solved.
Rule 4: Online safety
Stay safe: While going online you have to stay safe. Make sure to never give out any of your personal information regarding your birthday, Phone number, name, or any other private information. Also, make sure to tell your parents if you are going on a website, so they can help you out.
Rule 6: Plagiarism
Don't copy anyone: When writing a paper, doing a report, or making a project, remember to never copy! If you write the same exact words, copy and paste, write something similar, or even get your idea from that source, you should always give credit. Not giving credit could have serious consequences!
Rule 7: Copywrite
Your Work is Yours: Once you do something such as writing a book, making a song, and much more, It is now YOURS. This means no one else can take it, but that does not mean they can't have the same ideas as you. Someone else could go and write a book that has the same idea as the song you just wrote, but they didn't copy it.