Digital Citizenship

Digital Citzenship--AUP Training

Questions: We must all strive to be good and safe Digital Citzens.

Can you believe everything you see on the Internet?

  1. Student Storage -- How to Use Student Storage
  2. Are you a cyberbully?

    Watch You Can't Take it back at
    Let's Fight it Together:
    More about cyberbullying That's Not Cool
    For more information, check out the following sites at:

  3. Social Networking/Blog Beware Watch some of the videos.
    Are you revealing too much information online? Can what you post online adversely affect your future. Can you take it back once it posted online?

    Netsmartz: View one of the predator videos at Watch Survivor Diaries, Julie's Journey or Tracking Teresa.

    News Story from Kens 5 TV on September 25, 2012

  4. Is it OK to download any pictures and music you want from the Internet?

    Fair Use Example at School Watch the teachable moment video.

    Other great videos:
    Copyright on Campus 6:30
    Copyright Basics 6:20

    Copyright Kids: Take the Copyright Challenge: A Quiz


  5. Is it OK to copy and paste from the Internet and turn it in?
    Is it OK to just change a few words as long as you cite the source?
    Avoiding Plagiarism: What Do I Need to Cite?
    You Can't Just Change a Few Words

    Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism

    Visit the Clark Plagiarism page

  6. Do you know what Sexting is? 
    Statistics  Put the term sexting in the search box to read the information.

    Good Video to Watch Select Information Travels to watch.

  7. E-mail at school. Students will soon have G-Mail accounts in NISD>

    E-Mail is a formal document--no text messaging abbreviations.

    Use proper spelling and grammar

    All e-mail at school is blocked and is against the rules except for the approved vendor.

  8. Not all websites contain reliable information. Is Wikipedia a good source for school research? Is Facebook a reliable news source? No to both of those. The user must evaluate and determine the accuracy of the information. Always use more than one source of information when researching for a school project. The site below can help you determine who made a site.

    Visit the Clark Evaluating Web Resources page.

  9. Take the Internet test at: Your name MUST include IDNUMBER-LASTNAME FIRSTNAME . The code will be given to you. You must pass this test with at least an 80 or take it again.
  10. Just for juniors and seniors--Check out the Texas Laws in No. 2
    College and Facebook--Fix It
    Sorority Girls Discuss Facebook
    Employers are Watching Your Facebook