Being online

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Being online by Mind Map: Being online

1. Web Awareness

1.1. Internet Safety

1.2. Impact of Sexually Explicit Material

1.3. ​CyberBulling

1.4. Web Awareness for Teachers

2. Digital Citizenship

2.1. respect yourself

2.2. respect intellectual property

2.3. respect others

3. Digital Footprints

3.1. 1. Learn The Basics: What's A Digital Footprint?

3.1.1. Websites And Online Shopping

3.1.2. Social Media.

3.1.3. Mobile Phones, Tablets, or Laptops.

3.2. Manage Your Digital Footprint.

4. ​Authenticity of Web Resources

4.1. Authority

4.1.1. Is the page signed?

4.1.2. Are the author's qualifications available?

4.1.3. Does s/he have expertise in this subject?

4.1.4. Is the author associated with an educational institution or other reputable organization?

4.1.5. Does the publisher or publication have a reputation for reliability?

4.1.6. Is contact information for the author or group available on the site?

4.2. Coverage

4.2.1. Is the information even relevant to your topic?

4.2.2. Do you think it is useful to you?

4.2.3. Does this page have information that is not found elsewhere?

4.2.4. How in-depth is the material?

4.3. Objectivity

4.3.1. Does the information show a minimum of bias?

4.3.2. Is the page a presentation of facts and not designed to sway opinion?

4.3.3. Is the page free of advertisements or sponsored links?

4.4. Accuracy

4.4.1. Is the information reliable and error-free?

4.4.2. Can you find when was the last update?

4.4.3. Is there an editor or someone who verifies/checks the information?

4.4.4. Is the page free of spelling mistakes or other obvious problems?

4.5. Currency

4.5.1. Is the page dated?

4.5.2. Can you find when was the last update?

4.5.3. Are the links current and do they point to existing pages?

5. Copyright

5.1. Intellectual Property

5.1.1. what kinds of works can be copyrighted

5.1.2. legal protections for copyrighted works

5.1.3. differences in how copyright applies to different media

5.1.4. how copyrights can be sold or assigned

5.1.5. what government bodies administer copyright

5.1.6. when copyrighted works pass into the public domain

5.2. Teacher Role

5.2.1. teachers should talk to their students about the implications of using pirated music, software, movies or images.

6. Privacy

6.1. Is this nessesary

6.2. Smartphone Geotaging