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Digital Citizenship

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Social Media Guidelines for Student Journalists | The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Legal Guide for Bloggers | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Digizen - Social networking - Report - Risks

Digizen - Internet Social Networking advice and guidance for young people, parents and teachers

Know IT All for Secondary Schools - Technology

Childnet International is a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the Internet a great and safe place for children.

Understanding Digital Citizenship » open thinking
Nine Elements
Digital Citizenship Means Responsible Use
Get Safe Online :: Shop online safely

Millions of people buy online every day without any problems. With a bit of commonsense and knowledge, you can avoid problems with ecommerce.

Teaching about Digital Footprint? Google yourself! | Shannon in Ottawa
Social Media Responsibility and your Digital Footprint: a St. Gregory Digital Citizenship Workshop « 21k12
Do You Believe? | Shannon in Ottawa
Koppel on Discovery : Your Digital Footprint : Discovery Channel

How much information about your daily life gets recorded by big business and Big Brother? Play this simple scenario by conducting your normal transactions as you would on any given day and we'll show you how often you feed information about yourself to corporate and government databases.

The Innovative Educator: Discover what your digital footprint says about you
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73% of Toddlers Have Digital Footprint | PCWorld

Children get a start on their online identities before the age of 2, thanks to families and friends posting images and even setting up e-mail, study reveals.

cyberwits
Online Activities

From emailing to shopping to downloading - the Internet is integrated in your life. That's why online safety/internet safety should never be far from your mind.

Resources Websites - Know IT All for Secondary Schools

Childnet International is a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the Internet a great and safe place for children.

Cyberbullying, and Twitter Links - Miggie07's Space
EduTech Northwest Region Blog » Digital Citizenship Presentation

EduTech (Education Technology Services) provides North Dakota K-12 schools with the technology tools, support and training needed to improve student achievement.

Craig's List Scams - Beware When Buying or Selling on CraigsList.com - See this example.

Craig's list and other online classified advertising websites have made it much easier to sell and buy articles from exercise equipment, jewelry, to automobiles and even houses. But sometimes the seller has nothing to sell (except a fraud) or the buyer is more interested in passing a bad check than buying your articles! This website has considerable free resources, links to the relevant government and nonprofit agencies and guides to help you determine if an email, phone call or letter is from a fraudster or a legitimate source.

The Teacher's Guide To Keeping Students Safe Online - Edudemic
6 Things You Should Never Reveal on Facebook - CBS News