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#13138067 Mar 18, 2017 at 05:45 PM
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I will be using our schools policy on online identity.
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#13139467 Mar 19, 2017 at 12:35 PM
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Who will you be in 3D GameLab? Will you use an avatar name and picture and be anonymous or real, or will you use a real life picture and name?

Being an avid gamer, I have already created my avatar based on a character I play in another game. In my opinion, this will also provide my students with a more authentic gaming experience versus knowing their teacher is always looking after them!

Is there an AUP (acceptable use policy) or behavior guidelines that guide you or your students' online identity in your institution? Share a URL or attachment on the "Who Will You Be?" discussion thread.

My institution has a list of guidelines that students are required to follow in reference to their online presence and digital citizenship. They are required to be just as respectful and honest online as they are expected to in class.

What guidelines or resources will be provided to your students or parents to help them consider their protection of their online identity and their reputation management? Include a URL(s) or attachment in the discussion thread.

The parent/student handbook has the above listed guidelines listed with a place for both the student and parent to sign advising they understand the expectations and are aware of the consequences if they choose not the abide by these guidelines.
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#13153466 Mar 26, 2017 at 09:35 AM
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Our school has an AUP and professionalism requirements for teachers.
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