Category Archives: Digital Citizenship

Wiki privacy

I just got the following email from Laura H: Hi All, One of my kids Googled her name last week and found a link to one of my Wiki pages where she had posted the draft of her debating speech. … Continue reading

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Black belt Google

I just found out about this one from Judy O’Connell’s blog Hey Jude. In her most recent post she talks about Google Images’ new sorting function (and our responsibility as educators to inform our students of their responsibilities as users of … Continue reading

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Online Student Profiles

The Guidelines We have created some guidelines to make it easier to get students working online. These are published in full at the bottom of this post and also available in the publications area of eWorkspace. Use eWorkspace By far … Continue reading

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Maintaining your online profile

To view the presentation slides for the talk on maintaining your online profile at Google Docs, click here. For the notes on the talk, click here.

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CyberSafety – Acceptable Usage Agreement

Regarding my earlier post about CyberSafety, the Electronic Services Acceptable Usage Agreement (ESAUA) is indeed on the S drive and is easily located in the Proformas folder (S:\Proformas\IT\Electronic Agreement Forms). It is worth familiarising yourself with this document as it covers ways that students … Continue reading

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