OETC18 Presentation Resources by Dr. Wesley Fryer

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These are presentation resources shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) at the 2018 Ohio Educational Technology Conference in Columbus, February 13 & 14, 2018.

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Opening Keynote: Sparking Conversations about Digital Citizenship

Opening General Session - Wesley Fryer
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Exhibit Hall A

Description:
As our society increasingly relies upon digital communication technologies, we all share responsibility for having conversations with each other about the intersecting goals of digital citizenship. These include topics like safety, security and privacy, but also include health and wellness, copyright and intellectual property respect, digital literacy, information literacy, character education and ethics. Empowering student voice and agency as well as digital footprints and parenting are also important topics within the broad umbrella of digital citizenship education. In this keynote, Dr. Wes Fryer will highlight many of these topics teachers, parents and students need to be discussing and provide concrete strategies for sparking these conversations both inside and outside the classroom. Slides and referenced resources are available on http://DigCit.us. Please share feedback during and after the keynote on Twitter using the hashtag #DigCit as well as #OETC18. Directly respond to Dr. Fryer on Twitter using his ID @wfryer.

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Sparking Conversations About Digital Citizenship #OETC18 by @wfryer


Security, Privacy, and Digital Citizenship


Wednesday, February 14, 2018
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Union Station Ballroom C

Description:
As video surveillance, social media sharing of personal information, identity theft and publicized hacks of businesses have become daily norms, how can we best protect ourselves, our families and our organizations? Why is privacy an important right we need to defend instead of give up? What roles should teachers play in educating students, parents, and our communities about these issues?

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Security, Privacy and Digital Citizenship #OETC18 by @wfryer


An audio recording of this presentation (without synchronized slides - you'll have to use the embedded slides above to view them) is available on YouTube:

YouTube Video



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