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Grade 11 Digital

Digital Citizenship Study Guide

inspiration something that influences, propels, or inspires you to create something
appropriation to use someone else’s creative work to make something new, often without their permission
copyright a law that protects ownership of and control over the work someone creates, requiring other people to get the creator’s permission before they copy, share, or perform that work
fair use the ability to use a small amount of copyrighted work without permission, but only in certain ways
sample to use a small piece of an existing creative work, usually music, in creating a new
remix to use an existing creative work and add to it, rearrange it, or mix it with other material to create something new
perspective the view or outlook of someone, based on their thoughts, feelings, experiences, and background
target a person who is the object of an intentional action
offender a person who intentionally commits acts to hurt or damage someone
bystander a person who passively stands by and observes without getting involved
upstander a person who supports and stands up for someone else
anonymous someone who can’t be identified based on the information at hand
cookies small computer text files placed in your computer by the sites you visit that collect information about your computer system and the webpages you view
third party a person or company other than you and the owner of the website you visit
privacy options choices a website might give you about what it does with your information
Internet meme an idea – whether a phrase, expression, image, or video – that gains widespread recognition online
viral the rapid spread of information, particularly online
gender roles a set of rules and expectations that govern how both men and women, as well as boys and girls, are supposed to look and act with in a certain culture
digital footprint all of the information about a person that can be found online
admission to let in or to be given entrance
candidate someone seeking entrance to a school or placement in a job, usually competing with others for the position
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