Digital Citizenship & Web Awareness

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

1. Web Awareness

1.1. Sexually Explicit Material

1.1.1. "Good Pictures and Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today's Young Kids"

1.1.2. Inaccurate

1.1.3. Harmful

1.2. Cyberbullying

1.2.1. Harming others online

1.2.2. Hostile

1.2.3. Willful

1.2.4. Bullying.org

1.3. Teacher Responsibility

1.3.1. Unofficial Guardian

1.3.2. Media Literate

1.3.3. "think before you click"

1.3.4. Awareness

2. Authenticity

2.1. Evaluation Criteria

2.1.1. Authority

2.1.2. Coverage

2.1.3. Accuracy

2.1.4. Currency

2.2. Email Validity

2.2.1. Differentiate

2.2.2. Safe

2.2.3. Dangerous

2.3. Marketing

2.3.1. Children=Potential

2.3.2. Online Advertisement

2.3.2.1. Advergaming

2.3.2.2. Branded Websites

2.3.2.3. Social-Media Marketing

2.3.2.4. Banner Ads

2.4. Privacy

2.4.1. Geotagging

2.4.1.1. Tracking

2.4.1.2. Social Media

2.4.2. Personal Publishing

2.4.2.1. Things to consider

2.4.2.1.1. Audience

2.4.2.1.2. Anonymity

2.4.2.1.3. Permanence

2.4.2.1.4. Copyright

2.4.2.1.5. Free Speech

2.5. Copyright

2.5.1. Intellectual Property

2.5.2. Public Domain

2.5.3. Trademark

2.5.4. Fair Dealing

2.5.5. Fair Use

2.5.6. Technological Protection Measures

3. Digital Citizenship

3.1. Digital Literacy

3.1.1. Offers

3.1.1.1. Connection

3.1.1.2. Collaboration

3.1.1.3. Learning

3.1.1.4. Community

3.1.1.5. Information

3.1.1.6. Access

3.1.2. Could lead to

3.1.2.1. Identity Thefy

3.1.2.2. Sexting

3.1.2.3. Cyberbullying

3.1.2.4. Plagiarism

3.1.2.5. Predators

3.2. Unspoken Rules

3.2.1. Respect Yourself

3.2.2. Respect Intellectual Property

3.2.3. Respect Others

3.3. Ethics

3.3.1. Ethical Issues

3.3.1.1. Identity

3.3.1.2. Privacy

3.3.1.3. Ownership

3.3.1.4. Trustworthiness

3.3.1.5. Participation

3.4. Nine Themes

3.4.1. Digital Access

3.4.2. Digital Commerce

3.4.3. Digital Communication

3.4.4. Digital Literacy

3.4.5. Digital Etiquette

3.4.6. Digital Law

3.4.7. Digital Rights and Responsibilities

3.4.8. Digital Health and Wellness

3.4.9. Digital Security (self protection)