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Why You Need to Watch Your Digital Footprint

Why You Need to Watch Your Digital Footprint – An infographic by the team at plantasatinlaw.com


Ten low-tech ways to protect your privacy online

Despite the seemingly endless hack attacks, and a recent Pew study showing that Americans feel powerless to protect themselves against intrusions on their online privacy, few Americans do much in the way of adopting privacy enhancing measures. 588 more words


Taking Care of Your Digital Footprint

Our generation of ‘tweens’ may wonder what on earth we did without the internet and its many tools; How did we stay connected to friends? How did we complete our assignments? 1,062 more words


Personal Data Privacy in the News This Week

This week there has been a lot of discussion on TechCrunch and other sites as a result of this publication detailing how people don’t understand how their personal data is being used by social networks or search sites. 202 more words


Building Your Education Digital Footprint

I had the chance to speak with education students at the University of British Columbia earlier this week about the power of networks.  I wrote earlier this year about my argument that… 493 more words

Professional Development

edtechmentorship reblogged this and commented:

Some thoughts for education grads (but with a wider relevance to educators at all levels) reblogged from Chris Kennedy, a BC Superintendent of Schools who has graciously allowed us to share his postings here in the past. Also thanks to Ian Landy (@technolandy). I might have missed this if he hadn't reblogged it as well :-)

Teaching digital citizenship: it’s more important than ever

Digital citizenship has been on the agenda at our school in a very purposeful way since 2010.  Some of the things we have introduced to achieve this are digital library services,  eBooks and digital textbooks, a BYOT program, and a subject called Retech: Research and Technology.   554 more words

Teaching And Learning

“The government can see your naked pictures, your private chats and pretty much anything else you do online. And that’s nothing compared to the hackers out there actively trying to steal from you.” – Alexis Kleinman