9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

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9 Elements of Digital Citizenship by Mind Map: 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

1. Digital Access

1.1. Full Electronic Participation in Society

1.2. Appropriate: A teacher gets a lab of computers for all her students to work on their homework assignments.

1.3. Inappropriate: A teacher assigns an online homework page when half of her students don't have internet access at home.

2. Digital Law

2.1. The legal rights and restrictions government technology use

2.2. Appropriate: Buyings songs on itunes.

2.3. Inappropriate: Illegal downloads of music.

3. Digital Commerce

3.1. The Buying and Selling of Goods Online

3.2. Appropriate: An adult doesn't want their unused football jersey anymore, they decide to sell it on ebay.

3.3. Inappropriate: A person decides to sell a broken ipod on the internet without telling the people that it is broken.

4. Digital Rights and Responsibilities

4.1. The privileges and freedoms extended to all difital technology users, and the behavioral expectations that come with them

4.2. Appropriate: Allowing students to use the computer lap when they need it.

4.3. Inappropriate: Students wasting time by playing games in computer lap.

5. Digital Communication

5.1. The Electronic Exchange of Information

5.2. Appropriate: Abby texts her friend during her study hall when her friends have lunch.

5.3. Inappropriate: Abby texts her friend during class while she and her friend aren't aloud to text.

6. Digital Health and Wellness

6.1. The elements of physical and psychological well-being related to digital technology use

6.2. Appropriate: Going out with friends.

6.3. Inappropriate: Going on Facebook all day.

7. Digital Etiquette

7.1. The Standards of Conduct Expected by Other Digital Technology Users

7.2. Appropriate: A school gets new laptops, they teach the students how to properly use them before they even hand them out.

7.3. Inappropriate: A girl buys a new iphone but doesn't know how to properly use it.

8. Digital Security

8.1. The precautions that all technology users must take to guarantee their personal safety and the security of their network

8.2. Appropriate: Only putting information on Facebook that's not personal

8.3. Inappropriate: Posting you're phone number for everyone to see

9. Digital Literacy

9.1. The capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it

9.2. Appropriate: Using learning tools on line for benefit.

9.3. Inappropriate: Playing games on the computer while a teacher is talking.