When using apps and websites, our actions are being tracked and saved by organizations. This means we leave digital footprints wherever we go. Part of being a digital citizen is understanding why our digital footprints matter.
Creating a custom website for a small business can seem complicated. This video explains the basic elements that make it work by following the story of Emma, a dog walker.
The Internet is a source of both high and low quality information. Being able to evaluate what information is trustworthy, or not, is an important and valuable skill.
Completing almost any task involves a process. To better understand or improve that process it can help to visualize the steps with a flowchart. This video explains flowcharts and why they are used.
These days many of us are photographers, but the basics of digital images are often not well understood. This video explains why pixels and resolution matter in digital images.
The internet is evolving. It used to be made of computers, but today, the internet includes all sorts of “things” that can work together. This video explains the Internet of Things and what it can mean for both individuals and communities.
Today, smartphones are likely to contain our most valuable information, like passwords, credit card numbers and more. If criminals steal our mobile devices or access their contents, it could cause serious problems. This video explains best practices to keep your smartphone safe and secure.
To access the most powerful parts of the web, people usually need to have accounts on popular websites. This video explains how to create accounts on websites and manage usernames and passwords.
As smartphones have become popular, online photo sharing has become mainstream. While taking and sharing photos is a safe and fun way to connect with others, it also comes with some risks and considerations. This video explains how to share online photos responsibly.
Piracy online can seem easy and anonymous, but there is a lot more to it. This video explains what online piracy is, why it is illegal and how it impacts the creative people who make the things we love.
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