Presentation on theme: "Digital Citizenship and Gaggle Klein Collins High School Library Mrs. Almquist and Mrs. Glover 2013-2014."— Presentation transcript:
Digital Citizenship and Gaggle Klein Collins High School Library Mrs. Almquist and Mrs. Glover 2013-2014
What is Digital citizenship? It’s appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.
Digital Citizenship Includes Knowledge of… Appropriateness Social Networking Cyberbullying Safe use of technology. Creating a safe password.
BE WEB WARY! Take precautions with your personal information! Do not put full name, address, phone#, email address, age, school or other personal information online. Keep your Facebook page private! You can be tracked with very little information!
WHAT INFORMATION IS SAFE TO GIVE OUT ONLINE? I wanna know your name? How old are you? What school do you go to? Do you have any hobbies? Do you have any brothers or sisters? I think we have a lot in common. We can meet here every weekend.
On the following slide, click on the boy at the computer screen to watch a short Netsmartz video. You will see how quickly someone can find you online.
Gaggle Login LOGIN **You must log in to Gaggle from Kleinisd.net- ----student email or through Student Net--- student email because we have our own kleinisd domain. All emails are email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Student user name: first initial + last name + last 4 digits of ID# 1st time student login Password: connect
Choosing GOOD Passwords Don't use passwords that are based on personal information (like your birthday) that can be easily accessed or guessed Use lowercase and capital letters in combination with numbers or special characters Use a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters
Keeping Your Password Safe: Do not log in and then let someone else use your computer – you will be held responsible for anything he/she does