The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship

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The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship by Mind Map: The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship

1. Digital Literacy

1.1. The capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it.

1.2. Using a technology in a new way.

1.3. Having a link to a class website that you cannot access from home.

2. Digital Access

2.1. Full electronic participation in society.

2.2. Having a computer at home.

2.3. Having no access to a computer.

3. Digital Law

3.1. Legal Rights and Restrictions Governing Technology Use

3.2. Someone buys music from Itunes

3.3. Someone downloads music illegally for free from Limewire

4. Digital RIghts and Responsibilities

4.1. The Priveleges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users, and the behavioral expectations that come with them.

4.2. A student writes a report and cites National Geographic for their information on animals.

4.3. A student copies a paragraph word for word from a website and does not give them credit.

5. Digital Security

5.1. The precautions that all technology users must take to guarentee their personal safety and the security of their network.

5.2. Not releasing any private information on websites with people you do not know.

5.3. Friending someone you don't know on facebook.

6. Digital Commerce

6.1. The buying and selling of goods online.

6.2. Buying a product online.

6.3. Using an unreliable source to buy something illegally

7. Digital Communication

7.1. The electronic exchange of information

7.2. Texting a friend.

7.3. Sending and receiving emails form an unknown person.

8. Digital Etiquette

8.1. Ther standards of conduct expected by other digital technology users.

8.2. Using technology the right way and being courteous to other users.

8.3. Being rude and using technology to bully.

9. Digital Health and Wellness

9.1. The elements of physical and physcological well-being related to digital technology use.

9.2. Dividing your time between computer and other non technological activities.

9.3. Spending hours at a time on the computer