My Digital Footprints

Go to the link above and find the student called Beau. Read about him and answer the following questions:








10 Tests of Digital Citizenship
Google Lessons: YouTube and Digital Citizenship

More About YouTube and Digital Citizenship

Social Tech - Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship WeekHow to Improve Your Social Media Safety - Her Campus

Learn the Ropes on Digital Citizenship

50 Crucial Rules – Social Media Etiquette for Students

This document provides some great general rules for digital communication including grammar and some specific guidelines for Facebook and Twitter.

Guide for VoiceThread and other Learn It in 5










































Digital Citizenship VoiceThread

How to embed a Voicethread

Voicethread how-to

Voicethread 4 Education

Qwiki Creator


What is Digital Citizenship?
Read this article: Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship.

  1. On YOUR wiki page, write a definition of Digital Citizenship. Be sure your COOL TEXT name (first name only) is at the top of your wiki page. Your definition will go right under that.
  2. Then list the nine elements (themes) of digital citizenship below the definition.
  3. Meet with your classmates, write your summaries of one of the elements. Put your summary on your wiki page.
  4. Go to Creative Commons to find pictures that illustrate the element assigned to you. Create a VoiceThread of that element. Your VoiceThread must have 5 slides with URLs on the pictures, or a separate page giving credit (attribution) to sources.

http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ fotopedia 7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons More sites for Clip ArtMorgue File Free Photo LinksMore Photo Sites

4 Creative Commons Sites You Should Know About

Nine Elements -
1. Mary
2. Carmen
3. Tania
4.Daylon Fernando Justin
6.LaShonda
7. Trystan (Rights) Maria (Responsibilities)
8.Sandra
9.Tyeisha

5. Digital Etiquette - Mrs. Shinn will figure something out to do with this.

Create a VoiceThread of that element. Complete the following:
  • Create a free account at http://voicethread.com/#home
  • Read over the site, and review some of the Voicethreads created in the gallery on the site.
  • Use these excellent print directionsto practice making a 5 slide VoiceThread.
  • Voicethread provides a nice 1 minute HOW TO Video
  • Practice using VoiceThread with a variety of images (I show you how to save powerpoint slides as images in video above or use images from Flickr, etc. )
  • Be sure to include any attribution information as required (e.g. URL on image)
Step 2: Write a Script for your Activity Using VoiceThread
Now that you have practiced, create your element of digital citizenship. Use at least 5 slide Voicethread.A few tips:
  • You must set (checkmark) your VoiceThread in Publishing Options (button at the bottom in editing mode) to "Public :Yes & Comments :Yes" for your classmates to view it and possibly leave comments for you. (Again, please see my tutorial video)
  • Copy your Voicethread URL to your clipboard to put in wiki

Copyright and Creative Commons with Videos

http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/2012/04/02/week-5-adding-images-and-attribution/

Be sure to follow fair use guidelines or Creative Commons license requirements.


Supplemental Work
My Digital Footprints

http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2011/12/08/14collegeadmit.h31.html?tkn=NNNFHFUFKe3nAlfzZYlxmmT25SvnEfbLQ185&cmp=ENL-DD-NEWS1

This week we will explore the nine elements of Digital Citizenship while we help Mrs. Holland to create a bulletin board called "Don't Get Caught in the Web." Each student will take one of those elements, write a summary of both elements and give an example of bad web behavior.

  1. On YOUR wiki page, write a definition of Digital Citizenship. Be sure your COOL TEXT name (first name only) is at the top of your wiki page. Your definition will go right under that.
  2. Then list the nine elements of digital citizenship below the definition.
  3. Meet with your classmates, write your summaries and examples on this Googledoc: Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship
  4. Meet with Mrs. Holland to create your part of the web.