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1 Digital Driver’s License 2013-14 Prove that you are ready for the responsibility of receiving your Digital Driver’s License.

2 1) I receive a mean and threatening message while online or texting. My response should be to: a.reply back with something mean. b.ask them to apologize. c.not respond in writing but wait until I can confront them face to face. d.not respond at all and tell an adult.

3 2.I met someone on the Internet and they want to get together. Can I arrange a meeting? a.Absolutely, the Internet is a great place to meet new people. b.Yes as long as I plan to meet in a public place. c.No, I should not plan a meeting.

4 3.My friend has a project due that he needs to email to his teacher. He is not able to log in to the computer using his password. I let him use my login information so that he can get his assignment turned in on time. Is this ok? a.Yes, he has to get his assignment turned in or he will get a bad grade. b.No, I should keep my log in information private.

5 4.Every time you log onto a website, you leave a mark. Your “stuff” can be seen, searched, copied, and forwarded to others. This permanent mark you leave is known as what? a.Computer pathway b.Digital footprint c.Public domain d.Digital lifeline

6 5.One way that handheld computers, smartphones and electronic devices should be used in school is for: a.exchanging ideas from class discussions. friends answers. c.playing games and visiting social networking sites. d.sending personal messages to family and/or friends.

7 6.Cyberbullying is: a. just one area of digital law. b. very serious and never funny. c. the use of the internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated and hostile manner. d. all of the above.

8 7.All information on the Internet: a. is available for people to use as they want. b. should be treated as someone else’s property. c. should be used by easily copying and pasting into your own documents. d. is unreliable.

9 8.Downloading and sharing music and some copyrighted material online, without permission, for my personal use: a.keeps the musicians and authors popular. the best way to get the music or images I want. illegal and should not be done. d.doesn’t hurt anyone because the musicians already make a lot of money.

10 9.If someone puts copyrighted material on the Internet and another person wants to use it for educational purposes, that person should: a.use it however you want, if it is for educational use it doesn’t really matter. b.take it and use it as he/she wants. c.not use the information because it is most likely inaccurate. d.ask permission from the author and/or cite the source.

11 10.Sending, receiving and forwarding inappropriate images/messages could have serious consequences. a.True b.False

12 11.One of your friends at school is communicating electronically with a new friend. Your friend tells you they are going to meet outside at the park next week. Which of the following is the best advice for your friend? a.Talk to your parents and do not meet this person without a parent present. b.The park is not the best place to meet, the mall would be better because there are more people. c.Do not go around telling people you are meeting up with someone you met online. d.It is your decision and you don’t need advice from me.

13 12.When writing on a blog or social network site, is it ok to post anything you want? a.Sure, it is like a diary so it is ok to put all your thoughts there. b.It doesn’t matter only my “friends” will ever read it. c.No, anything that I put out on the Internet is not completely private. d.It is ok as long as someone doesn’t know my true identity.

14 13.When using technology in school, it is important for you to know: a.the rules for using technology. to appropriately use technology and work with others when using technology. to choose the best technology tool available to use for your task. d.all of the above.

15 14.Information that I send as text messages or online communication is never completely anonymous – there are many ways to track information and to discover a user’s true identity. a.True b.False

16 15.When deciding if a website is reliable some things to consider would be: a. the author. b. the date. c. the extension of the URL….gov,.edu,.mil. d. all of the above.

17 Sources for information/questions: Digital Citizenship in Schools iste, 2007

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