9 elements of digital citizenship

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9 elements of digital citizenship by Mind Map: 9 elements of digital citizenship

1. Digital Access

1.1. Full electronic participation in society

1.2. Correct use gives all students a chance to use technology in schools, often thanks to working internet

1.3. Incorrect use: Some countries do not have working internet which limits there students access to technology

2. Digital Commerce

2.1. The buying and selling of goods online

2.2. Correct use: users are educated enough to know how to determine what is safe to use and buy on the internet

2.3. Incorrect use: without correct education users waste their money or use unreliable sites for research

3. Digital Literacy

3.1. Capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it.

3.2. Inappropriate use: Students have a project due and they can't bring the materials home to do it.

3.3. Appropriate use: Students use a computer in new ways that they never used before.

4. Digital Etiquette

4.1. The standards of conduct expected by other digital technology users

4.2. Correct use: users make sure they understand the rules of the internet and follow them

4.3. Incorrect use: users refuse to learn the rules of the internet and constantly break them

5. Digital Security

5.1. Precautions that all technology users must taketo guarantee their personal safety and the security of their network

5.2. appropriate use: Parents tell their kids about the dangers of putting information on the internet.

5.3. inappropriate use: a student puts on facebook where they live.

6. Digital Healthand Wellness

6.1. Digital Health and wellness: elements of physical and psychological well being related to digital technology use.

6.2. appropriate use: people use a computer a lot and they learn that they can get carpetunel

6.3. Inappropriate use: students hear that they can get carpetunel and they don't do anything about it.

7. Digital Rights and Responsibilties

7.1. privileges and freedom extended to all digital technology users and the behavioral expectations that come with them

7.2. inappropraite use: students site a source but only put google.

7.3. Appropriate use: students ask theyre teacher if they sited a website right.

8. Digital Communication

8.1. The electronic exchange of information

8.2. Correct use: users only use communication devices when they know it will not distract other workers

8.3. Incorrect use: users do not finish there work because they get distracted by their communication devices

9. Digital Law

9.1. legal rights and restrictions governingtechnology use.

9.2. Appropriate use: Students go onto Itunes and legal buy a song of there.

9.3. Inappropriate use: Students go to the movies and record a movie that isn't out yet.