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Digital Citizenship

Key Terms for Mr. Sal's Digital Citizenship Unit

The norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. Digital Citizenship
How others view you or believe you are like Reputation
Information that is left behind online, it comes from what you post, web sites you visit, even by mistake Digital Footprint
Using the Internet or mobile devices to deliberate harrass, upset, or hurt someone Cyber-Bullying
Online disputes among people Digital Drama
A person who is the object of an intentional action Target
Making cruel, hostile, or negative statements about someone based on their race, religion, national origin, ability, age, gender, or sexual orientation Hate Speech
A person who has malicious intent to harm, injure, damage, or embarass another Offender
A person who watches and does nothing to stop bad behavior when they witness it Bystander
A person who sticks up or defends another Upstander
Making a situation more intense, or fanning the flames Escalate
To decrease a situation or calm a situation De-escalate
The law that gives the creator of work ownership and control on how it is used Copyright
Full electronic participation in society Digital Access
Knowing how to appropriately use technology Digital Literacy
The appropriate way to interact on the Internet Netiquette
The appropriate way to interact on the Internet Digital Etiquette
The law that allows you to use copyrighted material under certain circumstances Fair Use
A license to use certain material in specific ways Creative Commons
All non-copyrighted materials, or materials that have expired copyrights Public Domain
As a general rule, for works created after January 1, 1978, copyright protection lasts for the life of the author plus an additional 70 years Length of Copyrights
A person born during the age where digital technology is used Digital Native
A person born before the Internet Era Digital Immigrant
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