Digital Citizenship and Paying it Forward

What is digital citizenship mean to me?

Digital Citizenship is more than just a teaching tool it is a way to prepare technology users for a society full of technology. To be considered a digital citizen you must have a record of you being in touch with electronic devices in the world. People create blogs and use social networks. Signing up for an e- mail address is the first step into becoming a citizenship for many people. Just simply being on any social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, you are now a digital citizen. Practically being a digital citizen makes life a lot easier.

Digital etiquette it is defined as the standards of conduct and procedure. It is defined as the standards of conduct and procedure. People have to be responsible in this area. Sharing something without permission or Cyberbully is one of the most common problems in the world today so you have to be a good digital citizen.

Digital rights and responsibilities this is the freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world. Digital citizens have the right to free speech, privacy and so on. These rights also point to responsibilities as well, people have to use technology in the right manner and not violate these rights.

What is paying it forward mean?

There are numerous benefits attached to paying random acts of kindness forward and helping someone else in need. After watching the movie and seeing that just one act of kindness goes along way. I really love paying it forward to the animals that don’t have a voice and getting it out there on what is going on in our community.

About myspiceinlife

I just moved to Port Angeles about a year and a half ago form Spokane. I'm starting my journey in Photography in Multimedia and I haven't been in school for about 30 years. I never dreamed in a million years that I would be going back to school. I just love being in school.
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