Your online reputation is the “perception, estimation and opinion that is formed when you are encountered online". Learn more about online reputation here. The golden rule to protect your personal data and online reputation is to “think before you post”.
Is the content you are about to share online going to affect your or someone else’s privacy? Can you be friends with pupils on social networking services? What should you do if other people post inappropriate images of you online? And if you fall victim to cyberbullying?
Take a look at this guide, which includes advice and interesting questions regarding your online reputation for you to reflect on.
For more information about eSafety as well as lots of resources to use with your students, check out the following links:
- eTwinning Featured Group: Bringing eSafety into eTwinning projects (you need to be a member of eTwinning to join the group)
- Better Internet for Kids
- Web We Want
- eSafety Label
- Safer Internet Day