Web Awareness and Digital Citizenship

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Web Awareness and Digital Citizenship by Mind Map: Web Awareness and Digital Citizenship

1. Overload

1.1. Too much information

1.2. Inability to focus in on the important material

1.3. Distraction

1.3.1. Pinterest

1.3.2. YouTube

1.3.3. Social Media Sites Facebook Twitter

2. Rules of Digital Citizenship

2.1. Respect yourself

2.2. Respect Intellectual Property

2.3. Respect Others

2.3.1. Opposing opinions are acceptable and not a personal attack

2.4. Netiquette

2.4.1. Trolls/Flamers 'Don't Feed the Trolls!'

2.4.2. Double check before posting Humour doesn't always translate ALL CAPS IS BAD

3. Internet Safety

3.1. Never reveal personal information online

3.2. Filters?

4. Sexually Explicit Material

4.1. Pornography

4.2. Children are unable to understand but it shapes their views in the future

5. Cyberbullying

5.1. Result of Internet 'anonymity'

6. In Loco Parentis

6.1. Modeling is incredible important

6.2. Discussing Issues

6.3. Unofficial Guardian of Child

7. Authenticity

7.1. Methods of Evaluating online sources

7.1.1. Citations

7.1.2. Research Based

7.1.3. Gut-Feeling If something feel's off it probably is

7.2. Scam's

7.2.1. Emails

7.2.2. Pop-up Adds

7.3. Extra caution must be taken when researching 'hot button' issues (Ex. politics, religion, abortion)

7.3.1. Fact vs Opinion

8. Marketing

8.1. Inclusive language (village, clubhouse etc)

8.2. Not always blatant

8.2.1. Background advertising YouTube Ads Financing comic and game sites Social Media Ads

8.3. Basic Rule of thumb: If someone is trying to sell you something, don't buy it.

8.3.1. Secondary Basic Rule: If something seems to good to be true, it is.

9. Privacy

9.1. Does not equal anonymity

9.2. Mostly an illusion

9.3. Nothing online is secure

9.4. If you post something, someone else can access it

10. Copyright

10.1. Just because you CAN access it doesn't mean it's legal to do so

10.2. Citations

10.2.1. Give credit to owners

10.2.2. Give credibility