Cyberbullying Prevention Documentation

Cyberbullying Prevention Documentation Kucharz

Cyberbullying Prevention for Parents Presentation By Lisa-Michelle Kucharz

Documenting incidents is critical to stopping cyberbullying and online harassment:

  • Be careful. Don’t click on anything you shouldn’t.
  • Take screen captures. If you’re on the move, take them on your mobile device.
  • The best screen captures include the full browser, especially the URL. It’s easiest to get what you need on a desktop or laptop. If you’re on a Mac, make sure your window is set to show the full URL.
  • Be consistent with your naming convention. Make sure it’s meaningful to you. For example, Profile Name – URL or extension – Description – Date of Screen Capture – Number in Sequence.
  • Sort your documents in folders by date, content type, and profile name.
  • Regularly place your screen captures from your phone and other sources into the categorized folders.
  • Save your documentation in multiple locations. For example, save documents on a computer, an external hard drive, and a secure file sharing platform

Naming convention examples:

  • Lisa-Michelle Kucharz FB lisamichelle.kucharz message to me 10-16-2017 1
  • Lisa-Michelle Kucharz FB lisamichelle.kucharz message to me 10-16-2017 2
  • Lisa-Michelle Kucharz Twitter lmkucharz new blog tweet 10-16-2017 1
  • Lisa-Michelle Kucharz Blog Title 10-16-2017 1
  • Lisa-Michelle Kucharz Blog Title 10-16-2017 2

Folder examples:

  • 10-16-2017
  • Content generated by Lisa-Michelle Kucharz
  • Facebook messages from Lisa-Michelle Kucharz
  • Tweets by lmkucharz
  • Blogs by Lisa-Michelle Kucharz
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