CherylDaniels1_CM313-01_Unit 2 Assign.docx - 1 RUNNING HEAD DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP Digital Citizenship Cheryl Daniels CM313-01 Purdue Global University

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1 RUNNING HEAD: DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP Digital Citizenship Cheryl Daniels CM313-01 Purdue Global University Professor Crystal Jackson September 5, 2020
2 Digital Citizenship Monitoring how to convey securely and successfully online is significant in both our own and professional lives. When I reflect on digital citizenship, what comes to mind is communicating with appreciation, regarding other's protection, seeing things from another viewpoint, including accommodating data/context to a conversation or wiki page, supporting others by offering helpful criticism, empowering them, or sharing work they're glad of, and so forth. However, according to an article digital citizenship means the norms of appropriate, responsible, and healthy behavior related to technology use, including digital literacy, ethics, etiquette, and security. There are certain examples you should follow while using online communication; at the point when individuals meet just because its online, there are sure unwritten standards of its standard to carry on with respectability and dignity, as netiquette. When composing content, it's imperative to write in a style that others will appreciate reviewing. Over the top punctuation can be seen as either "shouting" or having a "tone." Be sure that when you capitalize, underline, emphasize, and so forth, it's genuinely needed. Else, you

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