Q1: How might my digital foot print affect my future opportunities?
A1: If someone wanted to hire me. My employer could google me and it would show them my volunteer experiences and my past jobs and activities. This could be a positive digital footprint.
A2: If someone were to do a criminal record check on someone for a job, volunteer appliance etc. They could do some research on you to see what kind of an imprint you have left behind. If you have ever done anything bad on social media or said anything mean to someone it will stay there forever. Things that you post on the internet stay they forever.
Q2: Describe three strategies that you can use to keep your digital footprint appropriate and safe.
Is it true? Is it helpful? Is it inspiring? Is it necessary? Is it kind?
A2: Make sure to say nice things and to always help other people.
Every action has consequence whether its for the good or for the bad.
Nothing is lost on the internet anything could come back to haunt you.
A3: Never give any personal information away on the internet.
That could be anything from as small as a name all the way to a credit card number.
You never know who is watching.
Q1: What information did you learn that you would pass on to other students? How would you go about telling them?
A: In this lesson I learned that the internet is a place where you need to be careful and always make sure to think before you do something. Anybody could be watching and willing to take your personal information. But that’s not to be said that everyone wants to hurt you. I would hope that I could create a greater spread knowledge about peoples personal footprint.