Online Etiquette Not the Greatest
Posted by Marti Weston on May 14, 2012
Writer Christina DesMarais describes a study that identifies irritating digital world behaviors such as communicating at inappropriate times, sharing too much information, and highly negative commenting — all related to our increasing use of 21st Century social media.
This article is filled with digital world conversation starters that parents and teachers can use to begin discussions about ethics, privacy, and security.
Also, you can check out my related post, Conversations About Commenting.
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