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Participating on the Web

Sharing & Collaborating

Jointly creating and providing access to Web resources

  • Sharing a resource using an appropriate tool and format for the audience
  • Tracking changes made to co-created Web resources
  • Choosing a Web tool to use for a particular contribution/collaboration
  • Co-creating Web resources
  • Configuring notifications to keep up-to-date with community spaces and interactions
  • Using synchronous and asynchronous tools to communicate with Web communities, networks and groups

Community participation

Getting involved in Web communities and understanding their practices

  • Encouraging participation in Web communities
  • Using constructive criticism in a group or community setting
  • Configuring settings within tools used by online communities
  • Participating in both synchronous and asynchronous discussions
  • Expressing opinions appropriately in Web discussions
  • Defining different terminology used within online communities


Examining the consequences of sharing data online

  • Identifying rights retained and removed through user agreements
  • Taking steps to secure non-encrypted connections
  • Explaining ways in which computer criminals are able to gain access to user information
  • Managing the digital footprint of an online persona
  • Identifying and taking steps to keep important elements of identity private

Open practices

Helping to keep the Web democratic and universally accessible

  • Distinguishing between open and closed licensing
  • Making Web resources available under an open license
  • Using and sharing files in open, Web-friendly formats when appropriate
  • Contributing to an Open Source project