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 Keep your anti-virus software current  Download patches when available  Only open emails from friends and family  Only open EXPECTED attachments.

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2  Keep your anti-virus software current  Download patches when available  Only open s from friends and family  Only open EXPECTED attachments  Periodically clear your internet cache  Disable cookies to reduce the risk of malware and viruses

3  Keep your private information private! Do not share: › Social Security Numbers › Addresses › Birthdates  Tell a parent, guardian, or teacher if on- line ‘friends’ request personal information or attempt to meet you in real life

4  Internet Safety Tips for Teens Internet Safety Tips for Teens  More Tips for Internet Safety More Tips for Internet Safety

5  Do make your profile private  Do be careful about what you share  Don’t post personal details  Don’t post photos you wouldn’t want your parents or grandparents to see  Do be aware that once posted, you can never undo or erase it

6  Social Networking Safety Tips Social Networking Safety Tips  FaceBook Privacy FAQs FaceBook Privacy FAQs  Twitter Public and Private Tweets FAQ Twitter Public and Private Tweets FAQ

7  Everything posted on the internet belongs to someone; this holds true for images, videos, and documents  Always credit your source  Contact the media center if you need assistance with the best way to cite a source

8  Our school uses MLA format › MLA website (Purdue University) MLA website (Purdue University)  You can also refer to the media center’s style guide  When in doubt about proper formatting, provide as much information as you can – author, title, page.  Remember – the goal is to credit others when credit is due…

9  How to Cite Electronic Information How to Cite Electronic Information  Another Helpful Citation Website Another Helpful Citation Website

10  Classroom Copyright Chart Classroom Copyright Chart  Helpful Cheat Sheet on copyright guidelines Helpful Cheat Sheet on copyright guidelines  You may use a portion (10% or 3 minutes) of a media clip, but not the whole song or movie  The video must be legally acquired (not bootlegged)

11  Plagiarism means taking credit for someone else’s work  Avoid plagiarism by giving credit where credit is due.  If you use a direct quote – give credit  If you summarize an author’s words – give credit  If you pull an image or graphic from the internet – give credit

12  You can check for plagiarism using free internet plagiarism checkers › Plagtracker.com Plagtracker.com › Turnitin.com Turnitin.com › Plagium.com Plagium.com

13  12 Tips for Safe Social Networking. (n.d.). Retrieved from subnet/12-tips-for-safe-social-networking.html subnet/12-tips-for-safe-social-networking.html  About Public and Protected Tweets. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://support.twitter.com/articles/14016-about-public-and- protected-tweets https://support.twitter.com/articles/14016-about-public-and- protected-tweets  Copyright and Fair Use for Teachers. (n.d.) Retrieved from https://www.ocps.net/lc/east/htc/mediacenter/Documents/ FairUse.pdf https://www.ocps.net/lc/east/htc/mediacenter/Documents/ FairUse.pdf  Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers. (n.d.) Retrieved from  FaceBook Privacy. (n.d.). Retrieved from

14  Internet Safety for Teens. (n.d.) Retrieved from  Internet Safety Tips for Kids and Teens. (n.d.). Retrieved from kids.html kids.html  https://www.ocps.net/lc/east/htc/mediacenter/Documents/ FairUse.pdf


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