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Anne Bubnic

What to Do About Consequences of Poor Decisions on Social Media [Video] - 5 views

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    Web Wise Kids discusses the consequences of poor decision making on social media, and gives advice on what to do to rectify such situations.
Anne Bubnic

Promoting Online Safety: What the Numbers Are Telling Us - 4 views

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    Research on the Arab Region and growth trends in use of social media.
Anne Bubnic

How to Improve your Social Media Safety | - 7 views

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    10 Ways to Protect Your Digital Identity online.
Anne Bubnic

WSJ|Five Misunderstandings About Bullying - 9 views

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    Note dana boyd's position that "Most anti-bullying assemblies are ineffective, and the messages of well-meaning advocates tend to fall on deaf ears". Students need to learn empathy, sensitivity and respect, all of which are life skills.
Anne Bubnic

Proposed social media policy for school employees | - 7 views

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    One school district's proposed policy. Note the meaty discussion of the policy points at the end of the article.
Ann Baum (Johnston)

Digital Citizenship - 11 views

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    Google Site created by students of Andrew Marcinek,
Anne Bubnic

Social Media Flow Chart - 18 views

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    Particularly noteworthy is the pathway to Don't Post!
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The Importance of Digital Citizenship in Social Media | Edutopia - 0 views

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    Blogger Andrew Marcinek reflects on social and digital media integration into the lives of teachers and students.
Anne Bubnic

The Google+ project: real life sharing, rethought for the web. - 3 views

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    Google's answer to Facebook. See the article on the Google Blog for more information: http://bit.ly/google_plus_project
Anne Bubnic

New Research Study to Examine Teens' Online Behavior - 4 views

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    The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) and the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project have agreed to conduct a research project aimed at understanding teenagers' behavior online. The research will examine how this behavior ties to digital citizenship - the behaviors, expectations and skills teens have around interacting with others in digital spaces. The research is jointly funded by the Pew Internet Project and Cable in the Classroom. The study will begin in November 2010 and results are expected in November 2011.
Anne Bubnic

Mentoring young people to use social media for social good. - 5 views

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    Carrie James speaks at the Social Good Summit 2010 about the ethical sensibilities of digital youth and describes the need for students to develop important cognitive and analytical skills when using social media. Much of the work was described in the GoodPlay Project.
anonymous

Harvard Study Finds Teens Online Lack Ethics - 10 views

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    Harvard researchers studying the ethical sensibilities of youth have found that most young people are devoid of ethical thinking or consideration for others when using the web.
Anne Bubnic

1-minute video for Digital Youth/Edutopia [Video] - 2 views

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    An eleven year old gives an awesome one-minute rundown of all of the cool things he does with digital media at his school and in his life.
Anne Bubnic

Understanding Digital Citizenship - 4 views

  • it seems that digital citizenship is about using technology appropriately, and not misusing or abusing technology.
  • The item I am most interested in is the ‚Äúdigital rights and responsibilities‚ÄĚ. Up until now, most of what I have seen related to digital citizenship relates only to safety, literacy and etiquette and the strategies we use in teaching these to children.
  • A fully literate citizen is at once critically self-reflexive and critically reflexive of his/her collective and position within it.
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  • I can say that digital citizenship can be extended to include; 1) A responsibility to critical interpret our place in the collective, especially in terms of power, authority, influence and position, and 2) An obligation toward bettering our (digital) communities through critical, ethical and moral decision-making.
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    Brilliant and meaty post from Alex Couros about what "digital citizenship" encompasses and really means for pedagogy.
Anne Bubnic

Media Literacy - 0 views

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    Media literacy is the process of accessing, analyzing, evaluating and creating messages in a wide variety of forms. It uses an inquiry-based instructional model that encourages people to ask questions about what they watch, see and read. Media literacy aims to enable people to be skillful creators and producers of media messages, both to facilitate an understanding as to the strengths and limitations of each medium, as well as to create independent media.
Anne Bubnic

ChatRoulette: Devil Incarnate or Accessible Public? - 1 views

  • Don't get me wrong: There is a high probability that you will run into the seedier side of the site in a matter of moments.  Some have argued that ~10% of the site's users are exposing themselves or their genitals through the site.  And, unlike pornographic spam, these exhibitionists are typically male.  
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    It's easy to see new Internet phenomena and panic, especially when the technology in question opens up a portal to all of the weird parts of the Internet. This is precisely what is happening around ChatRoulette, a new peer-to-peer webcam-based video chat site. Although the site was built by a 17-year-old Russian high school student to connect with other teens, nearly every adult who has visited the site runs screaming that this is a terrible space for young people. In some senses, they're right. But the more that they panic and talk about how bad this is for teens, the more teens get curious and want to check it out. The result? A phenomenon generated through fear.
Anne Bubnic

Howard Gardner on Digital Youth [Video] - 6 views

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    Howard Gardner, the founder of multiple-intelligences theory discusses the challenges ethics and education face as digital media become more prevalent. Through his GOODPLAY PROJECT, he examines the ethical sense of young people. He ooks at five elements related to what it means to be ethical with new media: sense of identity, sense of privacy, sense of ownership/authorship, trustworthiness and credibility, and what it means to participate in a community.
Anne Bubnic

How Privacy Vanishes Online, a Bit at a Time - 1 views

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    If a stranger came up to you on the street, would you give him your name, Social Security number and e-mail address? Probably not. Yet people often dole out all kinds of personal information on the Internet that allows such identifying data to be deduced.
Anne Bubnic

Privacy is Not Dead, Just Evolving - 2 views

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    It's a brave new world. Unfortunately--continuing the literary allusion--Big Brother is watching. As technology makes more information more accessible, it also threatens to expose information that is not intended to be shared. Privacy is a concept that is caught in the middle of the struggle.
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