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media
Communication, including television, radio, and newspaper, that often reaches and impacts a large audience.
digital media
electronic devices platforms computers, cellphones, the internet digital video, social networking sites,video games, and virtual worlds that allow people to communicate.
digital etiquette
A set of rules for how to behave online.
digital citizenship
The norms of appropriate responsible behavior when using technology
habit
a regular behavior or practice.
log
a written record of an occurrence over time.
error
another word for mistake. Any keying or spacing mistake found in a document.
proofreading
Review a document to identify errors/mistake.
editing
Correcting or making changes to a document.
peer editing
Allowing someone else to proofread a document before keying or submitting a final copy.
blog
A website updated by individuals/groups that provide a log of news or opinions on a specific subject.
Harassment
repeatedly bothering someone.
Sabotage
an act or process of hindering someone/something.
Hate Speech
a verbal attack targeting someone because of their race, religion, gender, religion, ability, or sexual orientation
Upstander
someone who helps when they see a negative situation.
Bystander
someone who sees a negative situation and does nothing to help
Empathize
to imagine the feelings that someone else is experiencing.
Flaming
saying mean things online with the intention of humiliating or embarrassing. Usually written in ALL CAPS.
Flame wars
insulting arguments between two or more users.
Trolls
people that cruise the internet looking to start flame wars.
Anonymous
unidentified, having a secret identity.
Deceiving
using fake information or pretending to be something/someone else. Sometimes used to create a fake profile.
Escalate
to increase in intent, occurrence, or amount.