Forever Footprint: The Impact of Online Actions

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The lasting effects of our online actions and how they can impact our future opportunities. Understand the importance of responsible digital citizenship and creating a positive online presence.


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Forever Footprint: The Impact of Online Actions

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  1. Digital Citizenship Lesson 3 HOW LONG IS FOREVER?

  2. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Forever Footprint! Let s meet Prateek Case Study: Prateek s University Admissions Prateek has applied for admission to a prestigious university. He has good grades and has cleared the entrance exams and interviews. One day he receives an email from the university saying that he will not receive admission to the school due to the university s zero-tolerance policy on bullying. Prateek is surprised as he has not bullied anyone since he got into high school. He decides to go to the admissions counsellor to find out the exact reason for the rejection of his application. The admissions counsellor shows him an objectionable and abusive writeup he had posted around 6 years ago about a classmate. The university had seen this online and reconsidered Prateek s application in a new light. Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 02

  3. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Did You Know? 37% of employers use social networks to screen potential job candidates. That means about two in five companies browse your social media profiles to evaluate your character and personality and some even base their hiring decision on what they find. Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 03

  4. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Analyze This Are you positive or negative? Activity Positive Negative Post a comment on a friend s vacation photo Looks like fun! I wish I could be there too. Gross! Why did you go to such a dirty place for vacation? Post a photo to your story in which your friend is making a funny face Your friend just posted that she did not do well in her math exam Your friend s story had a photo of his uncle s house which looks worn down and needs new paint Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 04

  5. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Remember Not everything needs to be commented on There are times when it is better just to stay silent And don t forget the grandmother test If you would be ashamed if your grandmother read what you wrote, then don t share it online! Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 05

  6. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Reflection Activity Audience size How many people do you think see your posts, comments, and online activity? Your posts or stories Your friend s posts or stories in which you are tagged Let s estimate some audience sizes: Your parents or relatives posts or stories in which you are tagged Your football club s post in which you are tagged The newspaper article (physical and online) which highlights your winning the local chess tournament The advertisement for the upcoming drama in which you have a role Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 06

  7. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Did you factor in the Invisible Audience? Who do you think the invisible audience might refer to? Do you know everyone in your friends list? Do you know everyone in your friend s friends list? What about a newspaper readership? What about the school counsellor at your top choice university? These extended audiences are the invisible audience Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 07

  8. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Did you know? A Stanford-Facebook joint research project studied the perceived versus actual audience sizes of 2,20,000 Facebook users. Each user was asked what they believed to be the size of their audience. Then, the research team compared this perceived size with the actual size, using server logs to gauge the true scope of a post s audience. The study found that your actual audience size is four times larger per post than what you think. Remember this when you next post or comment on the internet or social media. Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 08

  9. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Social Media data awareness Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 9

  10. Level 2 | Digital Citizenship Poster making Create a poster in which you document different examples of who might be a part of your online audience Visible and invisible. Lesson 3: How Long is Forever? 010

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