Digital Citizenship By Shawntel Ibarra

Digital Access

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The ability to serve the digital world we grow up in, the ability to save data, the ability to record movements and dialogue. for example, we are allowed to use the updated computers that will take us farther in life, such as windows, apple, and Sony. We are able to use our phones, tablets, computers, and even new gadgets such as digital watches, digital glasses, or even digital paint.

Digital Literacy

The ability to research information, look up references, or even share thoughts or notes. An example of such is looking up a autobiography of Aristotle or Vincent Van Gough, you can just go on the search bar and find and Autobiography, or a regular biography.

Digital Communication

The exchange of information, ideas, notes, opinions or data. It's like commenting your opinion on YouTube, sharing a funny video, or even sharing drawings and such.

Digital Etiquette

Regular standards, conduct, or behavior in the internet. An example of this simple bias law, is when you show hatred on YouTube and go against peoples non-changeable rights or even go against peoples abilities. We all needs to know how to be mature on the internet, after all, our actions are recorded.

Digital Law

We people who use technology are known to be responsible for what we do on a daily biases on the internet. Example, say you texted somebody a hate message, and it soon impacts you later on because it is now in the history of texts you've sent. They have most likely screen shoted it and created copies of that text onto their phones. It all works like dominoes. It's a chain reaction and we all chose whether or not to abuse it and work badly or harmfully.

Digital Health & Wellness

We all are probably forced to stare at a screen for hours and hours straight, but if it was out of choice, it's best to keep it at a limited. Not a good idea to strain your eyes for 6 hours straight, or even sit at the computer for 10 hours a day without exercise. Its our job to keep limits online.

Digital Rights & Responsibilities

we all have rights to share, post, share opinions, and create new things in the digital world. An example is sharing a drawing you made and people comment how much you like it or point out mistakes/errors/advice. That's one of the correct ways to handle responsibilities online.

Digital Security

Being cautious online on how we act, post personal information, or even share passwords or codes. An example is bulling, cyber bullies where sometimes people accidentally share private information or are exposed online.

Digital Commerce

Buying things online, or valuables that you trade or have traded. some people can abuse buying online and it can actually hurt you sometimes if you're not careful. What sometimes happens when you're not careful if you bought the right item, it can become small, something other than what you bought, or even nothing.

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