|Managing our digital Footprint from Digital Citizenship adventures From Jason Ohler professor at University of Alaska comes this resource for senior school students for identifying and understanding our digital footprint. It has film clips, discussion questions, and activities to help students become aware, understand and manage their digital identity|
|From the N.S.W Govt Education & Communities comes this excellent and comprehensive selection of tools and resources for teaching digital citizenship.|
Budd:e CyberSafety program and resources
Cybersafety Education from ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) very comprehensive site with lesson plans and resources
Increasingly our understanding of digital citizenship is changing, as what, how, and who we are in a digital world becomes more critical and complex in our daily lives.
From TeachThought comes this quote: "The quality of habits, actions, and consumption patterns that impact the ecology of digital content and communities."
Digital Citizenship carries both rights and responsibilities
Respect yourself and others
Educate yourself and connect with others
Protect yourself protect others
Digital Citizens have the skills of
New Media Literacy