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Content description VCDTDI022

Digital Technologies / Levels 3 and 4 / Data and Information
Content description
Individually and with others, plan, create and communicate ideas and information safely, applying agreed ethical and social protocols
  1. considering ways of managing the use of social media to maintain privacy needs, for example activating privacy settings to avoid divulging personal data such as photographs, addresses and names, and recognising that all digital interactions are difficult to erase (digital footprints)
  2. using a range of online tools to share information and being aware that information may be received at different times, for example adding entries to a class blog, participating in a web conference or online chat with an author, or participating in a forum on a specific topic
  3. organising and creating different types of information for sharing and collaborating online, for example planning the sequence and appearance of an animation and sharing it online with students from another school
  4. managing a project that involves students working together to publish online, for example identifying how group members can help each other to avoid delays in finishing the project
  5. discussing digital citizenship rules and behaviours for participating in an online environment, for example not using all capital letters when expressing a strong viewpoint about a contentious matter and ensuring that the audience is aware of your identity
  6. making ethical decisions when faced with reporting inappropriate online behaviour or acknowledging digital products created by others, for example making a decision based on how individuals would like to be treated by others
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