A. Official rules
B. Personal beliefs
C. Moral principles
D. Community guidelines
A. because we should be nice to everyone
B. whenever our behavior affects other people
C. only when we are being observed
D. to academics
A. Spread mean messages about the bully to your friends
B. Tell a parent, teacher or administrator
C. Forward a mean message sent to you
D. Use instant messaging to talk to other people about how to get revenge on the bully
A. Reading a paragraph online and retyping it in your own words.
B. Typing a paper in your own words B. Typing a paper in your own words
C. copying and pasting someone else's work into your paper using quotation marks and citing the author
D. copying and pasting a sentence from the Internet into your paper.
A. Thou Shalt NOT use a computer to lie.
B. Thou shalt NOT copy copyrighted software and materials.
C. Thou shalt NOT use a computer to plagiarize.
D. Thou shalt NOT respect other at all times when using the computer.
A. Thou shalt not use a computer for email.
B. Thou shalt not use a computer to cyberbully.
C. Thou shalt not use a computer to interfere with other people's computer work.
D. Thou shalt not use a computer to be nosy or snoop into other people's computer files.
A. an honest, moral code that should be followed when on the computer
B. a computer program about honesty
C. a list of commandments in the Bible
D. an arbitrary set of rules
A. creating an embarassing picture of your classmate and forwarding it to your friend's email addresses
B. sending someone a mean text
C. bullying someone in the hallway
D. threatening someone in an instant message
A. Do no harm
B. When in doubt ask
C. Never touch other people's stuff
D. Online adult entertainment is ok as long as I'm an adult.