Digital Footprint
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Your digital footprint:
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    Isn't as important as what the people who know you in real life think.
    Something you should be aware of and make positive efforts to control.
    Doesn't matter, because the Internet changes too often for anything to stick for a long time.
    Not too important, because everybody's got something embarrassing online by now.
  • Question 2
    30 seconds
    Q. If you find something in your digital footprint that is unflattering, you should:
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    Not worry about it.
    Attempt to fix it, such as by untagging a photo or deleting an account.
    Post something unflattering about someone else, to distract from your footprint.
    Never go online again.
  • Question 3
    30 seconds
    Q. If you're very careful about what you post, your digital footprint should be in great shape.  Right?
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    Yes, because you can do a lot to shape your digital footprint.
    Yes, but you should still monitor your footprint, because others' actions can affect it.
    Yes, but others may still post something unflattering about you in the future.
    All of these answers are correct.
  • Question 4
    30 seconds
    Q. Because employers often look for information about applicants online, you should: 
    answer choices
    Delete all of your accounts, so there's nothing to find.Delete all of your accounts, so there's nothing to find.
    Post to social networking sites a lot more often, so your older posts get buried.Post to social networking sites a lot more often, so your older posts get buried.
    Consider the strengths and weaknesses of your digital footprint and see what changes you can make.
    None of these answers are correct
  • Question 5
    30 seconds
    Q. To get a sense of your digital footprint, you should:
    answer choices
    google yourself once a year
    google yourself every few weeks
    google yourself regularly, monitor what your friends post in case they post about you
    delete all your accounts and start fresh
  • Question 6
    30 seconds
    Q. It is important to respect my friends' digital footprints because:
    answer choices
    Digital citizenship is the responsibility of everyone who goes online.
    My actions can affect the shape of their digital footprints.
    I want my friends to treat my digital footprint with the same respect.
    none of these
  • Question 7
    30 seconds
    Q. A good photo to use for your social networking profile is:
    answer choices
    A photo that doesn't show your face, such as a photo of a pet or cartoon character
    A photo of you, with a group of your friends
    A photo of you that you wouldn't mind your grandmother seeing
    The photo you choose doesn't matter, because you can always change it later.
  • Question 8
    30 seconds
    Q. You're angry with a friend and want to post your feelings on a social networking site.  What should you do?
    answer choices
    Post how you feel, but don't name any names.
    Post how you feel, but make sure what you've posted is the truth.
    Don't post about it; call a friend instead.
    None of these answers are correct.
  • Question 9
    30 seconds
    Q. The advertising you see online is:
    answer choices
    something you should ignore
    sometimes the result of tracking your online activities
    only connected to your online purchases
    all of these are correct
  • Question 10
    30 seconds
    Q. You can use the following online tools to help craft a digital footprint that is appealing to employers: 
    answer choices
    personal web site
    Linked In
    all of these
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