Staying in line...Online

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Staying in line…..Online : 

Staying in line…..Online Mrs. Johns’ Computer Class Publishing Co. By: Paige, Alissa, and Adara 2010-11

Online Safety, Get Some! : 

When you’re online you should always keep your identity a secret. Someone can say bad stuff about you, so don’t give out any of your personal information. Be extra careful with strangers. Let your parent or guardian know about your online buddies. If you want to meet someone face to face from the internet or send someone a picture, always get your parents involved. Another good thing to remember is don’t go telling your contact info to just anyone on the internet. They can send you bad messages or e-mails. And always remember to protect your password. Keep it in a safe place and don’t tell anyone. They can get on your account and mess with it. Online Safety, Get Some!

CYBER BULLYING!Don’t Do it! : 

CYBER BULLYING!Don’t Do it! When people are online they often forget how to act. This is normally because they forget they are talking to real people. However that is no excuse. When you are on the internet or in chat rooms remember these tips: remember you are talking to a real person, after you put something on the internet it never goes away, and you should never reply to a bad message.

NETIQUETTE. Use it! : 

NETIQUETTE. Use it! Netiquette is having manners online. It’s important to never write in all capitals because it means you’re yelling at the person you’re talking to. In chat rooms someone may think that they said something funny but it could have been taken the wrong way. Humor isn’t always taken well. It is very important to re-read your messages before you send them so that you know that you sent what you meant to say. Sometimes people say things they don’t mean and things they wouldn’t say in person. One other thing that you do is to post things ONLY if you have permission by the person that your posting about. You don’t want an angry or embarrassed friend. Using emoticons, like these smiley faces, can help you get your point across.

Resources : 

Resources Jog the Web Here are some fun games to help you learn more about online safety.

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