For your final project for this class, you will be researching and creating an annotated bibliography on an issue within digital citizenship.
Research an issue from within the nine elements of digital citizenship and create an annotated bibliography using Noodletools (one person per topic).
Sign up for your topic in the comments section of this blog post, identifying the element AND the topic--first one to post gets the topic (you must include your first name, the element of digital citizenship, and the topic to claim first rights). Let me know if you have any ideas that are NOT on the list (but fit within one of the nine elements).
-You MUST have at least five sources.
-You must use at least one print source (a source that originated in print, although you may be viewing it as a digital source). Some good options: Cybersmarts or other ebooks on Mackinvia.com (under Groups); books in the library; or articles in a database (Super Search, EBSCO, etc.) [Websites are NOT a print source]
-You can include (not required) no more than one video or audio clip on your topic, either that you find through your research OR you can record an interview with an expert (example: Miss Bechtold, the nurse, other adults in your life) or someone who has real-life experience with your topic.
-You must use Noodletools to create your Works Cited, including annotations. Annotations should be 2-4 sentence summaries of information on your topic from your source.
Possible Topics within the Nine Elements:
1. Digital Access
-digital divide (in America or internationally)
-disabilities that prevent access
2. Digital Commerce
-buying and/or selling online
3. Digital Communication
-Cell phones in society
-Creating community through online methods
-Social media and society
4. Digital Literacy
-Search strategies and evaluation of websites
-Internet in the workplace (future of technology)
-Technology in schools
5. Digital Etiquette
-Appropriate use of technology in society OR in schools
6. Digital law
-Copyright and plagiarism
-Music and copyright
-Pirating, downloading, or file-sharing
-Cybercriminals and/or cybercrime divisions of law enforcement
-Laws dealing with cyber acts (for example, what is the consequence for specific cyber crimes in the state of Iowa or other states?)
7. Digital Rights and Responsibilities
-Acceptable use policies (public computers, specific websites, etc.)
8. Digital Health and Wellness
-Physical issues (such as: carpal tunnel, headaches, using technology with disabilities, etc.)
-Psychological issues (addiction, depression, sleep issues, etc)
9. Digital Security
-Viruses, spyware, etc.
-Data collection by companies (big data, cookies, data mining)
-Government leaks (Wikileaks, Edward Snowden)