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Blogging Rules

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Blogging Rules

 


Best Practice References

Technology integration is all about creating a new world with new rules.

On this page you will find resources to guide you in the writing of a wiki or blog practices and policies.

Main issues:

 

  • Identity protection
  • Cyberbullying

 

Educational Sources

 

Guidance for Blogging, by Anne Davis

 

EDTECH: Focus on K-12 Blog Rules

 

Blogging Rules: Bud the Teacher's Wiki

 

The FCE Blog - Privacy Policy & Online Security

 

Ben Wilkoff's wiki

 

YALE University Weblogs- Rules and Policies

 

Anne Davis' wiki - Guidelines and Responsibilities

 

Can Flickr get me sued? by Chris Craft

 

Can your daughter's picture at a car wash be used for an ad campaign? by Vicky Davis

 

Exploitive Corporate Scum Love Creative Commons by Brian Lamb

 

Organisations

 

Childrens Online Privacy

 

WiredSafety.org

 

Incredible Internet

 

Corporate Sources

Policies Compared: Today's Corporate Blogging Rules

 

Journalism Sources

EFF Legal Guide for Bloggers

 

Blogs

Internet Safety by Jace Galloway

 

Videos

Identity Protection

Originally uploaded by Yellow Reporter LJ

Think Before You Post

...your picture online.

 

YouTube plugin error

 

Originally uploaded by ekeren1

 

ABC News interview with Amanda Lenhart from PEW

May 2007

 

YouTube plugin error

 

PEW Report Teens Getting Smart about Online Privacy

 

PEW Inernet & American Life Project - Homepage

 

Cyberbullying

 

This blog post by David Truss includes the detailed account of a cyberbullying incident and video resources for awareness.

 

Christopher Sessums shares his links and videos on cyberbullying

 

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