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Ethical use of information

Helping our students to use the internet ethically

Cyber Citizen

The Cybercitizen Awareness Program educates children and young adults on the danger and consequences of cyber crime. This Cybercitizen Partnership site also provides information and a quiz about cyber ethics.

Proper Internet Use | Tools for Teaching Cyber Ethics

Ten guidelines of computer ethics, online resources for teaching ethics and Internet safety, and eight tips for establishing a "culture of proper use" of technology in the classroom!

Common Core in Action: Teaching Online Ethics

In an earlier post, Heather Wolpert-Gawron wrote about both the Common Core Standards and what she calls the "common sense" standards. Teaching ethical academic behavior online seems to hit both. When she talk about ethical academic behavior, she is not talking about manners so much as giving credit where credit is due.


Dashboard is a set of interactive lessons designed to teach students how to use information ethically and accurately. Palomar Faculty have two options for assigning these lessons to students. Click here for more details. The Dashboard team is currently working on three more Dashboard lessons that will teach students how to find and evaluate information.

21st Century Information Fluency

Glossary of Terms Resource Kit Indices Just Added Home > Ethical Use > Featured Article By Dennis O'Connor In this issue of the Full Circle Resource Kit we explore how to teach Copyright and Educational Fair Use.

Using Information Ethically - Library Instruction and Information Literacy Program - LibGuides at Southern Illinois U...

Are copyrights really that important? What is the big deal with citations and bibliographies? The consequences of plagiarism aren't really that bad, are they? If you have at any point asked yourself these questions, or questions of a similar nature, you might be treading into dangerous territory concerning the ethical use of information.

Learning to use information ethically

Video describes why citing sources is important and how to use information ethically. Speaks to the different types of plagiarism and shows tips to avoid it

Ethics - the short guide

This prezi was composed by:Dr Inger MewburnResearch Fellow @RMIT School of Graduate Research / You have to learn to listen to what the projects are telling you . This can be difficult. All researchers must follow the rules about ethics approval "Ethics approval processes" can have a bad reputation.

Using Information Ethically

Avoiding plagiarism and citing sources correctly using APA format.

⚡Presentation "Chapter 9 Using Information Ethically Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach by ...

Chapter 9 Using Information Ethically Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach by Keri Pearlson & Carol Saunders.

Downloadable! When we address the topic of ethical issues on the Internet we are generally referring at two different matters: privacy and intellectual property. Each has been examined extensively in the last five years, since the Internet explosive intrusion in everyday life activities, each has an important number of sub fields that require special attention from managers and other business professionals.

Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media improves the lives of kids and families by providing independent reviews, age ratings, & other information about all types of media.

Curating Ethical Use of Information Resources

This is a curated list of ethical use resources and information. The resources are to assist students in crediting their resources.

Internet Issues - Ethical & Technology Issues | Internet Society

The same holds true for the technological, governance, and policy challenges we face as the Internet grows to meet the needs of billions of users. As the Internet expands, so do the issues that surround its stability and ability to constructively evolve.

The Internet and the death of ethics - CNET

Some people see the Internet as a mirror held up to our culture. If it is, the mirror shows us in an unflattering light. From newsroom staffers caught off guard on camera in a private moment gone viral on YouTube to dorm room trysts streamed live online, people have no shame about the despicable content they post on the Web.