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lol OMG What Every Student Needs to Know About Online Reputation Management Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying The ease with which digital content can be shared online in addition to its many benefits has created a host of problems for today s high school and college students All too often students are uplo

  • Title: lol...OMG!: What Every Student Needs to Know About Online Reputation Management, Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying
  • Author: Matt Ivester
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • lol...OMG!: What Every Student Needs to Know About Online Reputation Management, Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying By Matt Ivester, The ease with which digital content can be shared online, in addition to its many benefits, has created a host of problems for today s high school and college students All too often, students are uploading, updating, posting and publishing without giving a second thought to who might see their content or how it might be perceived.lol OMG provides a cautionary look at theThe ease with which digital content can be shared online, in addition to its many benefits, has created a host of problems for today s high school and college students All too often, students are uploading, updating, posting and publishing without giving a second thought to who might see their content or how it might be perceived.lol OMG provides a cautionary look at the many ways that today s students are experiencing the unanticipated negative consequences of their digital decisions from lost job opportunities and denied college and graduate school admissions to full blown national scandals It also examines how technology is allowing students to bully one another in new and disturbing ways, and why students are often crueler online than in person By using real life case studies and offering actionable strategies and best practices, this book empowers students to clean up and maintain a positive online presence, and to become responsible digital citizens.

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    1. Written for college students, this book focuses on the topic of cyber bullying and reputation It should be required reading for any high school or middle school student who is beginning a facebook page The internet was created around 1990 In 2010, colleges began to enroll digital natives, students who had never lived without the Internet These are students who Googled their roommate before college, and potentially talked to them on Facebook for weeks before ever meeting them in person Blind date [...]

    2. A bit heavy on the horror stories, but still plenty of good information on how and why to be a good netizen Some suggestions might be a bit over the top secure your name as a domain so nobody can impersonate you by using it themselves but the idea is sound actively pursue a positive neutral reputation online, and seek to avoid eliminate any negative information about yourself Recommended for high schoolers and their parents, with the aim of starting off an internet presence on the right foot.

    3. RedundantI felt like every other chapter was virtually the same information Will never get the time I spent reading this book back.

    4. This is a good book for any student OR anyone who has a job or plans to ever have a job, as well as anyone who uses the internet really It is amazing how the harmless, jokey little things you do online can come back and bite you in the ass, apparently Have Facebook pics of yourself drinking beer Liked a page that s about sex, cursing, violence, ethnicity, politics or language policy All of that can impact your potential to get employment or into some schools Put your real name in when you regist [...]

    5. lolOMG was a really good read, because I learned that nothing on the internet ever disappears, and that could really hurt your reputation.lol OMG shows readers a cautionary look at the many ways that young adolescents across the world are experiencing the unanticipated negative consequences of their digital decisions The author shows how people have lost job opportunities and how they were denied college and graduate school admissions when admission officers or employers looked at their profiles [...]

    6. lolOMG is a great read, especially for students who plan on going to college or directly into the work force The book gives an overview of the many dangers of the internet how something inappropriate can become viral in a matter of minutes, and also comments on creating an online reputation I think the book is definitely relevant especially for the youth today, who often do not realize that every word you say, every picture you post, and every video you make is never deleted, but instead remains [...]

    7. This book is geared towards students and young adults, but it s a great read for any adult that does not consider themselves an expert at having an online social presence From specific ways to manage your accounts and clean up your image, to legal rights and limitations for privacy and freedom of speech, there is a lot of good information There are also examples throughout of harmless jokes videos posted online before going viral with long lasting consequences and legal ramifications Hence the t [...]

    8. lolOMG is a book geared toward college students warning them about their digital decisions While the book warns them about their digital decisions, it also gives them some ways to damage control what they may have already done on the Internet The author also includes some suggestions on how to make their digital selves appealing My favorite quotation from the book is from Chapter 1 Ivester states, students are often their own worst enemies They are the ones capturing their own mistakes and shar [...]

    9. What do I think about the book LolOMG is a very good book to educate us on how to behave online properly The author show how our careless and bad behavior in the digital world can lead to serious consequences offline Why did I read this The kindle version 17 was available for free between Jan 28 29th, 2013 I downloaded it, read the first page, and could not stop reading it.Will I recommend this book to others Yes, especially to students.What is the message I remember Be thoughtful and do not be [...]

    10. The book is an ok book for introduction into the internet It reads like a how to book or I guess a how not to book It is centered around college age students, but I feel it s of a freshman in high school book, if only certain examples were toned down a little It s an easy read with quick notes about each chapter to review what you just read It gives decent examples of situations where students have done stuff that they regretted thinking it was funny at first lol and after it goes viral they re [...]

    11. This book is a must read for students as, or before, they start their online life This book is written for college students, but should be read by high school students too Common sense advice, with examples of the pitfalls of not using common sense Includes information on how to see what the world sees about you, how to clean it up, and when litigation might be in order.Discusses the differences between actions in the real world and online, and the power of anonymity.

    12. After reading this book, one realizes how important it is to be careful about what you post on line.Even if you think it is for your eyes only , it is not Digital memory is powerful and unforgiving.Book was easy to read It should be introduced to young generation as a precautionary tale.Examples in the book is powerful What every one experiences is not always that devastating, but it could range from discomfort to hurtful.

    13. I think this is a must read for people in today s day and age with technology being so rampant I had to read this for my Comp II class and I couldn t have picked a better book it gives specific without mentioning names details about what could happen if you post your whole entire world online from being humiliated out of school to a simple little thing that you share with a friend, that get shared with their friend, and their friend, and so on.

    14. I suspect that in 10 15 years our current obsession with oversharing, social everything online, twittering, etc will burn itself out and humanity will settle down to a reasonable balance between online and offline Til then, it s pretty reasonable to worry about online reputation, and this book is a decent exposition on the topic.

    15. The potential problems on the internet is all too clear in the examples Matt Ivester includes in this quick read LOLOMG should be required reading for every college freshman Not only does he include helpful stories but he also provides concrete steps everyone should take to avoid future problems.

    16. This is a pretty quick read with great examples and tips Practical and smart I m motivated to change some things about how I conduct myself online Everything is transparent and permanent than you think.

    17. Mostly common sense Good reference book for the new computer generation Also good for parents to understand and address the issue to their kids.

    18. An informative book about how to be safe on the Internet without violating your freedom Provides the pros and cons to social media and other features of the internet

    19. Every high school senior should read it before they head off to college It is a wake up call on preserving your reputation via your digital footprint.

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