Internet Survival Guide
An explanation of how the Internet has changed communication. Make sure to use at least one specific example.
Define Immediacy, Permanence and Lack of Control as they pertain to the Internet and explain how Immediacy, Permanence and Lack of Control affect both our offline and our online identities and lives. Include at least one example for each.
What are two ways that you can actively manage and protect your identity and your reputation online? (one of each)
Answer the question: “Does the Internet have rules?” Use at least one specific example.
Define cyberbullying in your own words.
Describe at least 2 kinds of cyberbullying and why they are considered cyberbullying
Provide advice for: victims, bullies and bystanders of cyberbullying
Your Top 5 tips for using the Internet
The internet changed how people keep in touch or communicate.Instead of going to see someone you most like to skype or facetime them. Some people are so focused on the internet they don’t even talk to their family members at home.
Immediacy: as soon as you post it’s immediately on the internet for people to see. Permanence: When you post something, someone can save to their device so whether you delete it on not somebody else has it or reposted it so it’s still on the internet .Lack of control: you have no control of where the post goes after you post it
You could look yourself up and see what shows up. Keep your private life private
I think some parts of the internet have rules. Like on twitter there are things you can and can’t do.
Cyberbullying: using the internet to attack someone
Outing and flaming are types of cyberbullying. They are considered cyberbullying because it’s harassment over the internet.
Victim: Try not to take what they’re saying to heart. Bully: Put yourself and their shoes. Bystander: try and help the victim
1. Be very careful
2. Keep your private life private
3. Be considerate
4. Be mindful
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