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It's Cool to be Kind

Study Guide for Digital Literacy

aggressor The person doing the harassing or bullying; a.k.a. the bully
deceiving using fake names, posing as someone else, or creating a fake profile about someone else
digital footprint all of the information online about a person either posted by that person or others, intentionally or unintentionally
fair use the ability to use copyrighted work without permission, but only in certain ways and in specific situations (schoolwork and education, news reporting, criticizing or commenting on something, and comedy/parody)
flaming saying mean things, usually in ALL CAPS, and often in a public forum with the intention to humiliate
hate speech a verbal attack targeting someone because of their race, gender, religion, ability, or sexual orientation
generalization an assumption made about a whole group of people based upon your experiences with a few
harassing bombarding someone with messages over digital media, or repeated contact when it is least expected;pestering, annoying, intimidating, humiliating
invisible audience anyone who can see information about you or posted by you online
mute Less final than blocking, a way to stop seeing another person’s posts, comments, etc., in your social media feed when that communication gets annoying – without notifying that person
persistent lasting a long time, if not forever, such as information that one posts online that does not go away because it is passed on and spread
public domain creative work that’s not copyrighted and therefore free for you to use however you want
publish to present a finished piece of work to the public
remix or mash-up editing together clips of video, sound images, and text by “remixing” or “ mashing” different parts together to create something new (think collage)
rework to remake or reuse copyrighted work into something else (think Sound of Music’s Favorite Things and Ariana Grande’s 7 Rings)
stereotype a widespread belief about a group of people - often negative - that influences how members of that group are perceived and treated
symbolism using symbols or images to represent ideas
target the person being bullied or victimized a.k.a. the victim
trustworthy accurate and dependable
upstander A witness to harassment or bullying who supports the target privately or publicly, sometimes including trying to stop and/or report the incident they witnessed
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