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Rhondda Powling

Diversity, Cybersecurity and the Future of Libraries: Day 2 Recap From Educause | EdSur... - 0 views

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    "Timothy Chester, who won the Educause 2016 Community Leadership Award, says that the overwhelming amount of information available at our fingertips causes humans to react in two ways: shut down or follow the crowd. "People simply follow the voice that is the loudest," he said, pointing to the current U.S. presidential election and the rise of the Arab Spring as examples. Chester told faculty that, like mass media organizations and governments, they are no longer gatekeepers of information but rather stewards and facilitators that help students make sense of the information around them."
Rhondda Powling

Cybersafety for School staff - 0 views

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    "QLD Ed Dept. The Digital footprint resources assist schools to promote discussions about the importance of positive online behaviours and protecting your digital footprint. Several areas: Cybersafety resources provide a range of resources for use by school staff from Prep to upper secondary. Cybersafety policy provides information for schools about developing school policies regarding the use of technology. Managing incidents. BECTA (UK government) resources"
Rhondda Powling

Digital footprint resources - 0 views

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    "Qld govt resources designed to assist primary and secondary schools to promote discussions about the importance and power of positive online behaviours and protecting your digital footprint, the department has designed eye catching poster resources."
Rhondda Powling

educational-origami - The Digital Citizen - 0 views

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    "A good digital citizen will experience the advantages of the digital world but like a citizen of a nation, they will be identifiable, speak using the appropriate language, serve his or her duty to judge what is appropriate within the laws of the land and ethical behavior, uphold their social responsibilities and be virtuous.
    The internet is a little like the proverbial elephant that never forgets. Our digital footprints are not like the footprints on the beach, washed away by the next wave or rising tide. Rather they are like footprints left to dry in the wet concrete of the footpath. They are a permanent reminder of our actions, inactions and interactions. To navigate and to survive in this dynamic digital world requires some basic rules and guidelines, we call these tenets of digital citizenship."
Rhondda Powling

Parents' Top 5 Questions to Keep Kids Safe Online | Common Sense Media - 0 views

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    "Common Sense Media parenting expert Caroline Knorr answers questions about keeping kids safe online."
Camilla Elliott

Nine Elements - 2 views

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    Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.
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