The Life of Digital Citizenship


By Taylor Terrell & Arieon Locks

Blogs - A regularly update website or web page  


Flaming - act of posting or sending offensive messages


P2P- computer systems which are connected to each other via the internet


Phishing - attempt to steal your personal information


Prodcast - video and audio that can be downloaded, played, and brodcasted on Apple devices


Aggregater - website or program that contains related items of content and displays them or links to them


Tips -  Never give your password out to anyone. Dont even give it to your friends whether they're loyal to you or not. It could be passed on to others

Make the password at least 8 characteristics long

Dont use dictionary words

Dont fall for " phising " acts



Rules - Contain at least one number

Don't use any form of your email adress or username



Tips - Use propper language

Be presice

Avoid emojis and "texting" language

Be explanitory



Rules - Know where you are in cyberspace

Respect other people's time and bandwidth

Make yourself look good online


Protect Yourself Online 

Tips - Create smart and strong passwords

Use email wisely

Shop safe

Fun and care free online games



The illegal trade in software , videos, digital video devices (DVD) and music. Piracy occurs when someone other than the copyright holder copies the product and resells it for a fraction of the cost that legitimate producer charges.


Rules - Use a diffrent profile or account for your personal connections


Offer information or value


Dont send out request for birthdays, invitations to play game, or other time wasters for those using the sights


If someone dosent want to be your friend , accept their decision gracefully


Never post when you're overly-tired , jet lagged,intoxicated,anrgy or upset


Tips - Use caution when you click links

Know what you post about yourself

Dont trust that a messgae really is from who it says its from

social media


1. Always think about what you post


2. Keep your password a secret from other kids


3. Think about who sees what you post online


4. Keep your parents in the loop


5. Talk to an adult you trust about any messgaes you get or things you see online that make you sad or scared



what can you do to protect yourself from cyberbullying ?



Cyberbullying is the use of electonic communication to bully a person. It is used by typically using/sending messgaes to  intimidate or threaten someone.