Digital Citizenship Project

Bailey L Period 5

Rule #1 Digital Etiquette

Remember the Internet is Not Private. if you do not anyone important to see what you are posting don't post it.

Rule #2 Information Privacy

Before You Buy or Download Anything Online Ask A Parent or Guardian. Do not share your information freely to any website or pop-up adds. Tell a parent or guardian that something is asking for your information.

Rule #3 Social Networking

Don't share private or embarrassing information online. If someone you don't know tries to talk to you online it is best to deny and ignore them.

Rule #4 Online Safety

Keep your identity a secret: Until you know what a website is all about try to stay anonymous.

Rule #5 Cyber bullying

Don't write or text anything you wouldn't say in person. It may seem like a joke to you but someone else can take it as an insult.

Rule #6 Plagiarism

Give credit to anywhere you got your information from. You can't steal the basic idea of the article you read you have to give credit to who ever wrote it.

Rule #7 Copyright

If something is copyrighted you must have permission to use it. An idea or thought cannot be copyrighted. If you are looking for a picture and you find one you like make sure it is not copyrighted even if it is just for your personal use.

What is digital citizenship?

Digital citizenship is an online set of rules that you should follow. If you follow these rules you are keeping yourself and other people safe online. You always need to post and comment nice and positive things. Some people may take what you think is a joke as an insult.

Why is digital citizenship important?

Digital citizenship is important because if you post or comment something mean you could loose a job over it. Also people can get depressed over what you say to them online. Don't post something you would not say in person.