Digital Citizenship & Web Awareness

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

1. Authenticity

1.1. Email Validity

1.1.1. Known

1.1.2. Un-known

1.1.3. Can you trust the source

1.2. Fact vs. Folly

1.2.1. True or False

1.2.2. Opinion Bias?

1.3. Marketing

1.3.1. Target audience

1.3.2. Is it honest?

1.3.3. Biases

1.4. Copyright

1.4.1. Fair use

1.4.2. Intellectual privacy

1.4.3. Do you own it?

1.4.3.1. Yes?

1.4.3.1.1. Take credit

1.4.3.2. No?

1.4.3.2.1. Cite it

2. Digital Citizenship

2.1. 3 Rules

2.1.1. Respect yourself

2.1.2. Respect intellectual property

2.1.3. Respect others

2.2. 9 Themes of Digital Citizenship

2.2.1. 1. Digital Access

2.2.1.1. Electronic participation in society

2.2.2. 2. Digital Commerce

2.2.2.1. Buying & selling of goods

2.2.3. 3. Digital Communication

2.2.3.1. Electronic exchange of info

2.2.4. 4. Digital Literacy

2.2.4.1. Teaching and learning about tech

2.2.5. 5. Digital Etiquette

2.2.5.1. Standards of conduct or procedure

2.2.6. 6. Digital Law

2.2.6.1. Responsibility for Action & Needs

2.2.7. 7. Digital Rights & Responsibilites

2.2.7.1. These freedoms extend to everyone

2.2.8. 8. Digital Health & Wellness

2.2.8.1. Physical & psychological well-being

2.2.9. 9. Digital Security

2.2.9.1. Electronic precautions to protect yourself

2.3. Digital Etiquette

2.3.1. A social code of network association

3. Web Awareness

3.1. Internet Safety

3.1.1. Filtering Systems

3.1.2. Think before you click

3.1.3. Good vs. bad pictures

3.2. Sexually Explicit Material

3.2.1. Detrimental to mental well-being

3.2.2. Causes stress

3.2.3. Health problems

3.2.4. Influence idea of healthy sexual relationships

3.3. Teachers

3.3.1. In loco parentis

3.4. Parents

3.4.1. Being actively involved

3.4.2. Taking precautions

3.4.3. Being aware of potential threats

3.4.4. Having open discussions

3.5. Cyberbullying

3.5.1. Ethical Considerations of:

3.5.1.1. Snapchat

3.5.1.2. Instagram

3.5.1.3. KIK

3.5.1.4. askFm

3.5.2. Privacy Settings

3.5.2.1. Who can see it?

3.5.2.2. Be smart with how you share

3.5.3. Parental Involvement

3.5.3.1. Ensuring children are being kind digital citizens

3.5.3.2. Ensuring children are being treated well