- Never go online without adult supervision.
- Never use bad language or write hateful things about
- Never share your password, keep your password a secret*******.
- Never give out personal information, such as your
address, telephone number, or school name and address or a friends name.
- Do not eat or drink over a computer keyboard this
can damage your keyboard.
- Do not put a magnet near your computer's CPU this
can damage the computer.
- Be careful handling floppy disks, do not play
with the mental clip this can damage the disk.
- Always use the CD-ROM button to open and close the
CD-ROM drive pushing on the door can damage it.
- Never respond to a message that makes you feel
confused or uncomfortable, tell your teacher or parent if you come across any
information online that makes you feel uncomfortable.
- Be careful downloading files or programs. They
can contain viruses that can harm your computer.
- Do not open or click on banners or advertisements
and if one pops open, click the X to close it.
- Look for site security
before entering private information into the computer such as the security lock on the taskbar
and https on address bar.
- Do not copy and paste
information (Sentences and Paragraphs) from the Internet and pretend they
are your words. This is cheating or plagiarism, read and always
write in your own words and then cite your resources.
- Students should
not enter or advertise
personal information on the Internet such as an AOL profile or by using
online resources such as (Myspace.com) to share personal