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Digital Citizenship

Terms to help explain Digital Citizenship to students.

How you act and interact with others on the Internet, with computers, and other such devices. Digital Citzenship
The years after 2001. 21st Century
Tools, web sites, and apps to use in life, many are Internet based. Web 2.0 Tools
Any device that acts like a computer and can be easily carried with you. Mobile devices
Devices and programs that allow people to interact electronically. They allow the people to view, create, and interact in many ways. Digital Media
Internet based tools that allow people to electronically interact with each other easily. Social Media
Web based site that allows people to communicate in 140 characters or less, or through photos and videos. Twitter
Web based site that allows people to join each other and communicate over the Internet. You can friend each other, create groups, chat, etc. Facebook
This web based site is similar to Facebook, but designed more for professionals. LinkedIn
A legal standing giving the creator of information or original work the ability to regulate how their wor.k is used and credited. Copyright
A legal frame work that allows limited exceptions to copyright laws. Fair Use
A non-profit organization dedicated to building a library of digital media that can be used by the people. It is more open than general copyright Creative Commons
Ownership of your own creative ideas and works. Intellectual Property
An image or picture you use to represent yourself on the Internet. Avatar
The act of reading Internet posts, but not actively posting yourself. Trolling/Lurker
How long does your information stay on the Internet after you post it, even if you delete it. Forever
The trail you leave when posting on the Internet, using text messaging on your phone, and web sites you look up on the Internet. Digital Footprint
A program or idea that is posted publicly for others to use and change freely. Open Source
A web journal. Blog
An audio recording posted on the Internet. Podcast
An audio-video recording posted on the Internet. Vodcast
Picking on a person using the Internet. Cyberbullying
Using a cell phone to send typed messages. Texting
A cell phone that can do access the Internet and do more than make phone calls and send messages. Smartphone
Online behavior when interacting with others, or just posting items on the Internet. Netiquette
How well/effectively you work using modern tools on the Internet. Digital Literacy
Created by: dsalvucci