Have you ever thought about where your photos come from when you search the web? If not, you should. There are many pictures that are floating around out there that are not allowed to be used even for classroom projects. Our class is participating in the Student Blogging Challenge, and we are learning how to search for photos and give them the proper attribution. Click on the hyperlinks to find out how you can use and post photos properly.
We have been practicing using photos in our blog posts and giving the proper attribution (photo credit). Can you READ the following pictures and guess my idiom?
If you think you have an idea, leave a comment below. We’d love for you to create one and challenge us! Don’t forget to leave a link to your post in the comments.
Room One has been learning about our Digital Footprints (also known as our Digital Dossier). As active participants in the Student Blogging Challenge, we were encouraged to discover how our footprint can leave a positive or negative impression. Here is what we have discovered so far…
Take the challenge! Try googling yourself. What does your digital footprint say about you?
Here are a couple links to videos that we watched.
Privacy Student Intro Video
Youth and Media: Digital Dossier
Have you found a video that helps people understand digital footprints? If so, please add the link in the comments. We’d love to learn more!