Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship2018-02-22T16:03:39+00:00

Having a device to use for school is a privilege that carries responsibilities. The AUP outlines the rules and guidelines for using DCSD devices and network resources. In other words, the policy explains what you can and cannot do.
Such as:
  • You will use the internet system for instructional purposes only as it relates to classroom and co-curricular assignments and activities.
  • You will make every effort to safeguard any information from unauthorized users.
  • You will not post, publish, or display any defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, obscene, 
profane, sexually oriented, threatening, racially or religiously offensive, sexist, or illegal 
material.
  • You will not violate network security by entering the system under a User ID other than 
their own, share your user IDs, passwords, or user accounts with others.

For more detailed information about the AUP, refer to Appendix A and/or the Student Code of Conduct. The AUP can also be found in DCSD Board Policy IFBG.


Being a good digital citizen means:

  1. Thinking before you post words, pictures, etc.
  2. Keeping your privacy settings as high as possible.
  3. Not sharing too much personal information online.
  4. Standing up to cyberbullying.
  5. Protecting your privacy by not sharing your passwords.
  6. Showing respect for the viewpoints of others.