Internet Safety and Online Identity Management
Issued by Concordia University
Models and teaches others about safe and ethical uses of online learning resources [0.5]Additional Details
A reflective paper that compares what the learner is currently doing to keep their name and material (data) safe online and how that will look after changes are implemented following this course. The paper includes: at least one hardware change to be safer online; at least 2-3 changes involving software (this includes online social websites/accounts, Google/other data storage sites, browsers, etc.); At least 2-3 changes involving practices or habits when online, whether consuming or creating.
A created image, photo, etc. that is given the CC license of the learner's choosing. The learner demonstrates knowledge of how to do this by providing a link to its online storage so the host may view.
A lesson that teaches how to build a safer presence on the web. Included are slides to define the concept being taught, provide the rationale for its need, and explain how to perform or use it. The product is something that might be part of a lesson or unit on digital citizenship. This can be done with any presentation tool.