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Digital Citizenship & Digital Literacy
Big Question : “How can learners become critical assessors of digital resources and be responsible digital citizens?”
Featured Digital Citizenship & Digital Literacy Resources
Google's Digital Safety Resources for the classroom and home.
Empower your students to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions online.
Learn how to stay safe online and equip your students to become responsible digital citizens with this free and interactive course.
Articles and resources connected to digital citizenship in schools.
Resources for Parents
By parents, for parents: A growing collection of short, clearly written guidebooks that demystify apps, services and platforms popular with kids and teens.
The Family Online Safety Institute brings a unique, international perspective to the potential risks, harms as well as the rewards of our online lives.
Family Link can help you set certain ground rules about technology, but it’s up to you which apps and services your child can use.
Learn about digital citizenship, Internet safety, security, privacy, cyberbullying, sexting, reputation management and more so you can help kids embrace technology safely and wisely.
This is a resource for grade level teachers to prepare students to use technology appropriately and being mindful of the citizenship skills they already possess.
Learn how to use technology and communicate online in a safe, responsible, and positive way.
Learn about online safety, cyberbullying, netiquette, privacy, copyright, and the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior to help young people consider their digital footprint.
Find and share resources to help students learn to analyze, evaluate, and communicate in a world with countless media sources and constant access to powerful computers.
A list of more than 30 useful digital citizenship resources.
Collection of resources connected to digital citizenship.