Web Awareness

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Web Awareness by Mind Map: Web Awareness

1. Digital Citizenship

1.1. Netiquette

1.1.1. self-control online despite anonymity

1.1.2. refrain from posting about others without permission

1.1.3. Appropriate formality for instant messaging, e-mail, and other modalities

1.1.4. Sending or creating viruses

1.2. Privacy

1.2.1. Changing privacy settings on social media

1.2.2. Sharing too much information

1.2.3. Students 'sexting' is child pornography

1.2.4. Beware oversharing

1.3. Teacher's own understanding

1.3.1. Ability to adapt to changing times

1.3.2. Learn from students

1.3.3. Model professional online conduct

2. Internet Safety

2.1. In Loco Patentis

2.1.1. Web awareness is part of today's world

2.1.2. Teachers are responsible to protect students online as much as offline

2.2. Online hate

2.2.1. Cyber Bullying

2.2.2. Flame Wars

2.2.3. Legal Ramifications

2.3. Adult content

2.3.1. Age requirements for websites

2.3.2. Pornography

2.3.3. Don't rely on software

2.4. Marketing to Children

2.4.1. Advertising to children online

2.4.2. Digital commerce

2.4.3. Gambling

2.4.4. Scams and junk mail

2.5. Health

2.5.1. Eye strain

2.5.2. Posture

2.5.3. Repetative stress syndrome

2.5.4. Sleep deprivation

2.6. Security

2.6.1. Passwords

2.6.2. Backups

2.6.3. Virus protection

2.6.4. Surge Protection

2.6.5. Identity and fiscal theft

2.6.6. Sexual Explotation

3. Usage of Material

3.1. Uncritical Acceptance of Authenticiy

3.1.1. Evaluate content for Authority, Coverage, Objectivity, Accuracy, and Currency.

3.1.2. Search reliable sources for information

3.2. Copyright

3.2.1. Model and demand proper citation of sources

3.2.2. Contact author when information is not open source

3.2.3. Piracy

3.3. Access to the Internet

3.3.1. Ensure equal access

3.3.2. Account for differing home resources