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Top Ten Things You Know But Don’t Remember!
Who is the responsible Party? You are responsible for your own work!! Sent or Received!!
Get paid while you work….? You may not use the Internet at work to make money! This is against the Telecommunications Code of Ethics.
Watch your Fingers!!! Don't let inappropriate words, copying, or threats be your downfall!
Plagiarism is on the Rise Cite your Work! Set a good example for students!
Who knows your password/s? No one! Shhh!!! Don't tell people your passwords! The account is YOUR responsibility !
Password security Change your passwords frequently! The wisest thing you can do: Do not share your password!
Email is not private Any email sent through the school network is not guaranteed to be private!
Netiquette DON'T YELL AT PEOPLE!!!
Getting around webfilters is not OK Don't use proxies! Proxies are against acceptable use.
What’s the best thing I can do? Follow the Telecommunications Code of Ethics and the Acceptable Use Policy. If you haven’t signed one, we can do that today.
Leslie Lambert Q310-2, Winter 2001, Technology Policies The Technology Policies We Need Now and Why Is our current AUP acceptable?
Using Computers: Legal and Ethical Issues Objectives and Guidelines We Must Follow.
1. Guard your privacy. What people know about you is up to you. 2. Protect your reputation. Self-reflect before you self-reveal. What’s funny or edgy.
Donald Constant. Digital Citizenship For teachers and students, digital citizenship changes as new technology tools are used by the educational world.
Basics Dayton Metro Library Place photo here August 10, 2015.
Click “Learn More” Then Click “Sign up” Then Click “Sign up”
Netiquette internet manners, online etiquette, and digital etiquette The social code of network communication The social and moral code of the internet.
What are ____ 1 ______? Rules of behavior that you should follow when using computers and the Internet for the rest of your life Plank Jr. High – Tech.
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS Standard Grade Computing ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS CHAPTER 10.
Keeping it safe on the internet
Curriculum organized by Santa Ana Unified School District Day 4 OUSD Cyber Safe/Cyber Smart created 1/2011 Digital.
Acceptable Use Policy. The District system includes: A network of computers that serves all the schools Saved files on a server for student work.
Internet Safety/Cyber Ethics
Logging onto the Computer for the first time And Signing the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for Using the Internet.
AUP Acceptable Use Policy
How to Register for Apprenticeship Vacancies 1 Supporting young people’s services.
CyberSavvy Day 4 CyberSavvy Digital Citizenship-Keeping It Ethical and Responsible Grade Let’s Be Good Cyber Citizens: Acceptable Use, Cyberbullying,
Internet Safety Cameron, Emily, Grahm, and Audrey.
Internet safety By Kyle Allan. Top tip No:10 Don’t give out personal information such as a : Phone numbers and also addresses.
Internet Safety Kelly Aguis, Ashley Gordon Hope, Sharon Sloan, Chris Ammen.
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