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Digital Wellbeing (Better Digital Life)

Digital Wellbeing is about crafting and maintaining a healthy relationship with technology. Digital wellbeing helps us to learn how to develop and maintain healthy tech habits. Digital wellbeing explains how to maintain and keep the healthy tech practices and habits.

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Digital Wellbeing (Better Digital Life)

  1. 1. Digital Wellbeing K.THIYAGU, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod
  2. 2. Agenda • Startup • Digital Literacy • Digital Stamp • Digital Footprint • Digital Etiquette • Digital Wellbeing • Final Thought CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 2
  3. 3. Digital Literacy Development Pyramid – Curriculum Context Identity: Attributes Situated Practices Functional Skill Access I am …….. I do …….. I can …….. I have ….
  4. 4. Digital Stamp CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 4
  5. 5. Swiping Generation CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 5
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  8. 8. Digital Footprints CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 8
  9. 9. Digital Shadow CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 9
  10. 10. Digital Trail CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 10
  11. 11. Digital Stamp CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 11
  12. 12. Digital Footprint Digital Shadow Digital Trail Digital Stamp CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 12
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  14. 14. Your Name CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 14
  15. 15. Your Name Is it someone else? What is the first things that comes up? CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 15
  16. 16. Digital Detox Detoxing from digital devices is often seen as a way to focus on real-life social interactions without distractions. A digital detox refers to a period of time when a person refrains from using tech devices such as smartphones, televisions, computers, tablets, and social media sites.
  17. 17. Digital Fasting The process of setting periods in your day or your week where you are not using certain forms of technology. Usually, phones, tablets or laptops.
  18. 18. May also be known by other names like: “Digital Detox” “Dopamine Fasting” “Unplugging from Technology” “Digital Sabbath”
  19. 19. Digital Empathy Digital empathy is the cognitive and emotional ability to be reflective and socially responsible while strategically using digital media.
  20. 20. Digital Dignity The ethics of data: care, respect and human dignity in the digital age
  21. 21. Digital Etiquettes
  22. 22. Social Media Addiction Symptoms According to Psychology Today If you want to check whether you may be at risk of developing an addiction to social media, ask yourselves these six questions: Do you spend a lot of time thinking about social media or planning to use social media? Do you feel urges to use social media more and more? Do you use social media to forget about personal problems? Do you often try to reduce your use of social media without success? Do you become restless or troubled if you are unable to use social media? Do you use social media so much that it has harmed your job or studies?
  23. 23. Digital Wellbeing CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 26
  24. 24. Digital Wellbeing is about crafting and maintaining a healthy relationship with technology. It’s about how technology serves us and moves us towards our goals, rather than distracting us, interrupting us or getting in the way. Being in control of technology enables us to use its full potential and gain all the benefits of it. CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 27 Digital Wellbeing
  25. 25. CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 28 Digital wellbeing is a term used to describe the impact of technologies and digital services on people’s mental, physical, social and emotional health. Digital Wellbeing
  26. 26. New ways to find balance for you and your family. CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 29 Digital Wellbeing Learn how to develop and maintain healthy tech habits.
  27. 27. CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 30 Digital Guidelines • Fix Screen Time • Keep important tools in home Physical Guidelines • Stay outside • Keep mobile away from you
  28. 28. Device free meeting CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 31
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  30. 30. Face to Face Conversation CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 33
  31. 31. Schedule your Screen time CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 34
  32. 32. Switch off Devices CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 35
  33. 33. Bedtime Mode Disconnect for a better night’s Sleep CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 36
  34. 34. Work Profile Leave work at the office CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 37
  35. 35. Flip to Shhh Turn it over to turn off interruptions CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 38
  36. 36. Focus Mode Focus on what’s in front of you CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 39
  37. 37. Dashboard See everything in one place CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 40
  38. 38. App Timers Set boundaries that you can keep CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 41
  39. 39. Manage their apps Guide them to good content CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 42
  40. 40. Set limits Keep an eye on screen time CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 43
  41. 41. • https://experiments.withgoogle.com/collection/digitalwellbeing • https://uxdesign.cc/digital-wellbeing-more-than-just-reducing-screen-time-46223db9f057 • https://www.slideshare.net/JISC/exploring-digital-wellbeing CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 44 Digital Wellbeing
  42. 42. Final Thoughts… CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 45
  43. 43. Digital Healthy Practice CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 46
  44. 44. Digital Privacy CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 47
  45. 45. Wealthy Digital Decorum CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 48
  46. 46. We all are Expecting CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 49
  47. 47. CC: BY-NC-SA - Thiyagu 50 Have Safe and Happy Life
  48. 48. Thank You Jai Bharat!

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