Today in Columbus, Ohio, I shared a breakout session at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference (OETC) titled, “Security, Privacy, and Digital Citizenship.” The description was:

As video surveillance, social media sharing of personal information, identity theft and publicized hacks of businesses have become daily norms, how can we best protect ourselves, our families and our organizations? Why is privacy an important right we need to defend instead of give up? What roles should teachers play in educating students, parents, and our communities about these issues?

I used my iPad and the free app “Voice Record Pro” to record an audio-only version of the presentation, which ran 61 minutes. It’s available on YouTube and embedded below.

That recording does NOT include synchronized slides, but you can use the Google Slide deck embedded below to both view the slides and click links to referenced videos, articles, and other resources. Both my opening keynote at the conference yesterday (“Sparking Conversations About Digital Citizenship”) and this session’s slides are linked on my OETC 2018 handouts page.

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