DIGITAL SMARTS: Behaving Ethically Online
Catalogue Number: 600607
Producer: Human Relations Media
Subject: Cyber Education, Guidance, Health and Medicine, Social Media
Grade Level: 6 - 8, 9 - 12
Country Of Origin: United States
Copyright Year: 2013
Running Time: 18:00
Closed Captions: Yes
Cyber ethics and respect for others online are critical skills to acquire for today's connected teens. The message of this teen-centered video is that all students have a responsibility to behave ethically online and to know how to react when others behave in inappropriate ways. Teen hosts discuss the ethics of issues such as distributing unflattering pictures or posts aimed at harming someone's reputation and the importance of respecting the privacy of others. They emphasize the importance of respecting the safety of others and becoming an upstander rather than a bystander when witnessing abusive behavior online.One teen gives a real-life account of the devastating effects of being cyberbullied. Student interviews expose the extent of plagiarism among their peers and student attitudes about plagiarism. The program details the differences between legitimate online research and plagiarism. Similarly, the differences between legitimate sharing online and piracy are clearly spelled out as are the ethical implications and legal risks of stealing someone else's work.
Includes Resource Guide.
"A fine and timely primer - or reminder - about staying civilized while behind the screen, this is highly recommended." - Video Librarian
"This excellent program provides valuable and timely information in an engaging and appealing format." - School Library Journal
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