In your actual digital outcome
In the outcome you create the following is required:
- All "borrowed" material (images, video, info) should be referenced correctly.
- No copyrighted images to be used unless permission has been sought and granted.
- Copied text should either be rewritten in own words or be within quotation marks. It should also be referenced correctly.
- Privacy considerations must have been made.
- The final outcome should not offend anyone in any way.
In your digital outcome evidence report
In your evidence report you must include the following:
- The ethical considerations you made regarding the reusing of each "borrowed" item used in your digital outcome.
- Any privacy considerations you made with regards to the images, videos or information used in your digital outcome.
- Any moral considerations you made while creating your digital outcome.
Respecting other rights to privacy is covered by the Privacy Act. One important part of the act is that you cannot share information about or images of others without their permission.
Image source (License: CC0)
Not Offending Others
Moral considerations are very important. The content of your digital outcome must not offend, upset or harm others in any way. This not only applies to the images used, but also the language and information used.
Image source (License: Public Domain)
It is good practise to include the source of any item you use from the internet. There are a few accepted ways to do this. Always do it in such a way that it does not effect the design of your digital outcome.
Image source (License:
CC BY Attribution 2.0.)