Digital Citizenship Quiz Questions And Answers

10 Questions | Attempts: 9067

SettingsSettingsSettings
Digital Citizenship Quiz Questions And Answers - Quiz

In this day & age of digital connectivity, people need to follow some set of rules. Our ' Digital Citizenship Quiz Questions And Answers ' will test your knowledge about the various etiquettes of digital functioning. We as American citizens must partake in inequality & nondiscrimination on the internet. The following quiz will test you on various aspects of the digital age. Are you ready for the quiz? Make sure to read all the questions carefully before answering. All the very best and keep learning!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or protocol. During school hours the correct cell phone ringer setting is: 
    • A. 

      Low or off

    • B. 

      Vibrate or off

    • C. 

      Specialized ring tone

    • D. 

      High

  • 2. 
    Digital Access: full electronic participation in society regardless of gender, race, age, ethnicity, and physical or mental challenges. Technology-based assignments should be:
    • A. 

      Avoided because some students may not have access to technology at home

    • B. 

      Integrated into the classroom

    • C. 

      Approached cautiously for fear of offending someone

    • D. 

      Assigned for out of class work only

  • 3. 
    Digital Responsibility: electronic responsibility for actions and deeds which is either ethical or unethical. Information on the Internet is:
    • A. 

      copyrighted and should be treated as other's property

    • B. 

      Available for anyone to use as they want

    • C. 

      Easy to copy and paste so it looks original

    • D. 

      Unreliable and should be held suspect

  • 4. 
    Digital Communication: electronic exchange of information. E-mail messages should be:
    • A. 

      Long and full of details

    • B. 

      Made up of many ideas

    • C. 

      Short and to the point

    • D. 

      Sent without a subject line

  • 5. 
    Digital Education: process of teaching and learning about technology and the use of technology. The most appropriate use of technology in schools is to:
    • A. 

      Electrify what we have done in the past

    • B. 

      Help teachers align their curriculum with the standards

    • C. 

      Only write papers

    • D. 

      Play games during class

  • 6. 
    Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling of goods. Searching for information about products online before buying is:
    • A. 

      A good idea and often allows for finding the best price

    • B. 

      Too time consuming

    • C. 

      A lot of work and not very informative

    • D. 

      Not helpful, because it is difficult to find products online

  • 7. 
    Digital Rights: those freedoms extended to every student, administrator, teacher, parent or community member. If someone puts copyrighted material on the internet and another person wants to use it, that person should:
    • A. 

      Use it, if it is for educational use

    • B. 

      Take it, and use it as they want

    • C. 

      Not use the information because it is too much trouble

    • D. 

      Ask permission from the author or at least cite the source

  • 8. 
    Digital Safety: free from digital danger and guaranteed digital physical well being. Furniture and chairs for technology should be:
    • A. 

      The right height and size for using that technology

    • B. 

      Any size because it doesn’t matter to students

    • C. 

      Bigger than the students to allow them to stretch

    • D. 

      Soft and flexible so the students can be comfortable

  • 9. 
    Digital Security (self-protection): taking necessary precautions to guarantee electronic digital safety. When dealing with strangers, online users should:
    • A. 

      Give personal information freely

    • B. 

      Be cautious about giving information

    • C. 

      Provide passwords and credit information if asked

    • D. 

      Not tell anyone about people they meet online

  • 10. 
    There is a legally binding bill of rights and principles relating to learning in a digital age
    • A. 

      Yes

    • B. 

      No

Back to Top Back to top
×

Wait!
Here's an interesting quiz for you.

We have other quizzes matching your interest.