3 DISTRICT LOGIN AND PASSWORD Everyone that logs in to the MCS network must use their own user number and passwordNever login with someone else’s loginProtect your password and never share it with anyone other than your parents
4 DISTRICT LOGIN AND PASSWORD Another student can’t get logged in to the network and asks you if he can use your login. Which of the following responses would be the best?“Mary is done, go ask her”“Sorry, I don’t want to lose my Internet access if we get caught.”“Sure, just let me finish this really quick.”“Why don’t you ask the teacher if you can use her login?”Check for Understanding
5 NO EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY Your use of the Internet may be monitored (watched) by network administratorsYour parents can request investigations of your Internet useEverything you research or write using the District’s Internet is considered public information and should not be considered private
6 NO EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY District administrators cannot look at my Internet use.TRUEFALSECheck for Understanding
7 INTERNET FILTERThe District has an Internet safety filter which blocks access to most bad websitesI cannot bypass or tamper with the filterJust because a bad website accidentally makes it past our Internet filter doesn’t mean I can look at itI will be responsible and I will report a bad website to my teacher immediately
8 INTERNET FILTERI am allowed to look at any website that isn’t blocked by the filter, even if it has inappropriate pictures on it.TRUEFALSECheck for Understanding
9 FILE SHARING AND STORAGE Network storage folders provided to students should only be used for classroom assignmentsStudents shall not use these folders for the storage of music, video, photos or personal files
10 FILE SHARING AND STORAGE My student folder is a great place for me to save my favorite music and photo files that I brought in on my flash drive.TRUEFALSECheck for Understanding
12 PERSONAL INFORMATIONNever give your full name, address, address, phone number, school name, or picture to anyone you meet onlinePeople you meet online may not be who they claim to be
13 PERSONAL INFORMATIONWhich of the following would be ok to share in an online website?My name and the school I go to.My first name and phone number.My first name and the state I live in.My address and photo.Check for Understanding
14 SOCIAL NETWORKING SAFETY Do not post information that would help other people to find you, such as your phone number or information about your schedule
15 SOCIAL NETWORKING SAFETY A friend on Facebook that you have never met wants you to post your phone number so he can call you to tell you about his new band. He assures you it’s no big deal. You should:Include your phone number without the area code in a wall postNot give your phone number to anyone that you have never met besides on the InternetGive him your number, he must be who he says he isCheck for Understanding
16 INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR Fight Pages - the posting of fight pages is considered a disruption of the educational process and will result in discipline proceedings as per the Student Conduct Code.
17 INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR CyberbullyingThe same things that happen on the playground can also happen online. Cyberbullying means being cruel to other kids onlineBut, unlike the playground, bullying through instant messaging or social networks (Facebook, etc.) means victims can be targeted any time, anywhere
18 INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR Here is what you should do if someone is cyberbullying you:Talk with someone you trustDo not respond to cyberbullyingKeep evidence of cyberbullyingBlock the person who is cyberbullying youReport the incident to your schoolAsk for help
19 INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR Which of the following should you NOT do if someone is bullying you online?Talk with someone you trustRespond to the cyberbully via by calling them namesReport the incident to your schoolAsk for help
20 CYBERPREDATORSA Cyber predator uses the Internet to hunt for victims to take advantage of (be mean to) in anyway, including sexually, emotionally, psychologically or financiallyCyber predators know how to lie to kids, creating trust and friendship where none should exist
21 UNSOLICITEDIf you receive any unwanted messages that are threatening or make you feel bad, you need to report them to your teacher or parent
23 COPYRIGHT and PLAGIARISM You automatically own the copyright to whatever you write, draw or createThis means no one can use what you made without your permission*
24 COPYRIGHT and PLAGIARISM Copyrighted works on the Internet include news stories, software, novels, graphics, pictures andAlmost everything on the Internet is protected by copyright law*
25 COPYRIGHT and PLAGIARISM Which of the following are OK to do on the Internet?Post a PowerPoint presentation that includes a Katy Perry song as a background.Copy photos from a friend’s Facebook page and post them on my wall.Post photographs I shot while on vacation on my Facebook page.
26 COPYRIGHT and PLAGIARISM To "plagiarize" meansto steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's ownto use (another's production) without crediting the sourceto present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing sourceIn other words, plagiarism is an act of cheating. It involves both stealing someone else's work and lying about it afterward.
27 COPYRIGHT and PLAGIARISM It’s ok to copy information directly from Wikipedia because most teachers don’t like Wikipedia.TRUEFALSE
28 CITE YOUR SOURCESIf your project contains quotes, movies, sounds or pictures that you didn’t create, you will need to “cite” your sources.
29 HOW TO CITE YOUR SOURCES This means giving the author proper credit in your project or any other work you create.
30 HARMFUL OR INAPPROPRIATE MATERIAL Prohibited (bad) material may not be accessed by students at any time for any purposeJust because the district filter did not block an inappropriate website does not make it okay to view if it contains prohibited (bad) materialBe responsible
31 HARMFUL OR INAPPROPRIATE MATERIAL Your friend accidentally found a photograph of a naked person on the Internet while using the school’s computer.Since it made it past the filter you should see if he’s lying and check it out using your login.Tell him to report it to the teacher and immediately leave the website.Post it on your Facebook page.
32 UNETHICAL OR ILLEGAL PRACTICES Students shall not use the network system (Internet) to:encourage the use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco,commit any activity prohibited by law, Board policy, or administrative regulations.Students shall not use the district systems to do criminal acts.
33 NETIQUETTENetiquette describes the rules for online behavior especially in , IM, forums and chat rooms.General PrinciplesShow respect to other cultures and traditionsTell the truth in your profilesDo not send personal insults (Flames)Don’t spam
34 NETIQUETTE Spelling and Grammar Capitalize your words correctly The same goes for correct spellingNever ever use all-capitals because it's commonly interpreted to mean that you're shoutingTry to punctuate your posts properly, especially when asking questions
35 NETIQUETTE Which of the following netiquette rules is NOT correct? Correct spelling is important.Avoid using all caps because it means you are shouting.Proper punctuation (using . , ! ?) is NOT important in Instant Messaging.