Digital Citizenship Network

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The Digital Citizenship Network supports educators in ensuring the appropriate, safe and responsible use of technology. The Digital Citizenship Network offers perspective and structure for learning with technology, providing examples of how educators can use technology appropriately and responsibly to help students become more creative, resourceful and interactive with peers around the world.


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  • I'm reading Fact vs Fiction ​. and it's an excellent resource. I particularly like the discussion of the term "fake news" and how misleading it can be. The authors explain that rather than labeling something "fake news" you should give a specific category ...

  • Hi Lesley and DigCit PLN, I was just looking at our (California Department of Ed) Media Literacy Resources page too. In comparing it to Michigan's 24Things4Kids and Kentucky's Digital Driver's License (shared by Dr. Marty Park at ISTE), I see a ...

  • Thank you all for bringing up the topic and sharing these amazing resources. I plan to use these in my class and share with my team! Janet ------------------------------ Janet Coe, M.Ed. Director of Instructional Technology and Innovation The Woodlands ...

  • Also check out my tinyurl.com/FakeNewsLibGuide and the California St. Dept. of Ed Media Literacy Resources: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/cr/ml/index.asp ------------------------------ Lesley Farmer Professor CSULB ------------------------------