Presentation on theme: "Managing Online Activity And Social Media By: Katie P, Curt W, Katie M, and Shelbe W."— Presentation transcript:
Managing Online Activity And Social Media By: Katie P, Curt W, Katie M, and Shelbe W.
Katie P Slide: Major Key Points And Facts Make sure you have all of your homework done before you play any games or go onto email or social sites such as "Facebook" Make sure that you are passing all of your classes. Say you're getting a D- in a class; you have no reason to be on email, chatting with friends, or playing games. Instead of wasting time, you could be studying to improve your grades. I know that it is so hard to do, but honestly, if you took 10 minutes out of your day to study ahead in a class or even take notes, you will better off in the long run. Lastly, you need to make sure you are handing your homework in on time. And yes I know, "oh my gosh, I can't hand in all of this work!!!" You guys should know not to go on g-mail or facebook before your homework is done. HAND IN YOUR HOMEWORK!
Curt W Slide: Individual Awareness Make sure that you are not talking to people you don't know personally. Keep your password to you and only you because others could hack your account. Make sure that you log out of all your accounts because there are hackers. There are weird people out there that want your information. Never give out personal information to strangers or others you don't know personally. If privacy settings are available you should use them. Be aware of any suspicious activity on your accounts-- it could mean someone hacked you.
Katie M. Slide: Safety Online When online, be safe: never give out personal information. Don't bully others online. Post things you aren't going to regret. Everything you post online stays there and anyone can see it. Make sure you set passwords that others can't guess. Don't give your password out to others Set appropriate privacy information. Don't tell someone online, that you don't know, where you are. They will most-likely find you if they want to. Be fair to everyone online.
Shelbe W. Slide: Cultural Awareness When Online You Should Always Be Sure To Be Respectful To Everyone. Never Call Anyone Anything You Would Find Harmful Or Upsetting if someone said it to you. Always Think Before You Talk/ Type. Do What Is Right Even If You Disagree With It. When Online, Use Proper Terms And/Or Phrases. Never Use Vague/ Sly Terms Nor Names. When Talking Online You Should Never Bash/ Attack Anyone. Address Everyone In a Respectful And Kind Way. Practice Safety And Responsibility Online.
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