The Internet Literacy Handbook is a guide for teachers, parents and students
which explains on getting the most out of the Internet and how to protect
privacy on websites and social networks.
The third version of the
handbook contains 25 fact sheets. Each sheet presents a specific theme related
to the use of Internet.
The sheets point out ethical issues and security, provide advice on how best to
use the Internet for educational purposes. They also provide ideas for practical
activities in class or at home, present best practices in terms of the use of
Internet and offer many definitions et links to websites giving practical
examples and other detailed information.
Whats new in
the third version?
The third version suggests advice on how to use social websites like MySpace,
Facebook or Friendster, and the Web 2.0. Thousands of young people and children
are today interacting with their friends, classmates and people with common
hobbies or interests, frequently publishing personal data and photographs.
Sharing this information is a great opportunity for communication with others,
but implies risks that users must know how to avoid.
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