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Digital Rights Script

By: Trystan Jordan

What are digital rights? The term digital rights describe the permissions of individuals legitimately to perform actions involving the use of a computer, any electronic device, or a communications network. The term is particularly related to the protection and realization of existing rights, such as the right to privacy or freedom of expression, in the context of new digital technologies, especially the Internet.

Digital citizens have the right to privacy, free speech, and more but digital rights should be addressed, discussed, and understood. Digital rights keep everything in order with rules and regulations. It limits liability of nonprofit education institutions for copyright infringement by faculty members or graduate students. It also outlaws the manufacture, sale, or distribution of devices used to illegally copy software and requires that webcasters pay licensing fees to record companies.

Without digital rights people would be losing credit for what they have done and that isn’t fair, that’s why I think digital rights are a good thing.

Digital citizenship:
  • teaching users the rules of good citizenship online; this usually includes email ettiquette, protecting private information, staying safe online, and how to deal with bullying, whether you're a target or a bystander.
Digital access
Digital commerce
Digital communitcation
Digitcal literacy
Digital etiquette
Digtal law
Digital rights and responsibilities
Digital health and wellness
Digital security
Summary of digital rights:
Digital citizens have the right to privacy, free speech, etc. Basic digital rights must be addressed, discussed, and understood in the digital world.
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Premiere: One of the first/most widely used social bookmarking sites.

Shows what is new and popular.

Seaches thru the bookmarks of millions of users.

There is alot of information for research.

Social bookmarking for news.

Community driven news and opinion.

  1. Diigo- Excellent site for bookmarking and annotating w/ the ability to create student accounts, simply the best!!
  2. Delicioius- Probably the most popular bookmarking site on the web w/ lots of educators to be found!!
  3. iCyte- Similar to Diigo w/ the ability to annotate and then share or embed into a site.
  4. Rooh.It- A great way to highlight content on the web and then share w/ others and add comments!
  5. Digg- A popular way to bookmark w/ the ability to share w/ others, comment, and even generate a widget for a website.
  6. Trailmeme- An innovative site w/ a beautiful user interface for annotating web content and generating a unique user interface/path to follow.
  7. Jog the Web- Similar to Trailmeme and very user friendly (nice Web 2.0 jogs to follow!!).
  8. Pinboard- A very simple site to bookmark w/out all of the clutter that some of the more popular sites have. Also, works well w/ mobile devices!!
  9. School Noodle- A great way for teachers to bookmarks sites and then share these resources w/ other educators!!
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