Digital citizenship

Digital citizenship refers to any person who uses information and communications technologies regularly. Key areas include, but are not limited to: digital security, digital health and wellness, digital rights and responsibilities, digital etiquette, digital literacy, digital communication, digital commerce and digital access.

1.A Thin Line

2.Digital Passport

3.”Own Your Space–Keep Yourself and Your Stuff Safe Online” Digital Book for Teens by Linda McCarthy

4.Be Internet Awesome

5.Webonauts

6.Web safety videos

7.Seven Digital Deadly Sins

8.Common Sense Education

9.NetSmartz-free, multimedia Internet safety presentations tailored for specific audiences – parents and communities, tweens, teens, and younger children. 

10.Digizen

11.Cable in the Classroom-a series of free standards-based lessons

12.Netsafe

 

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