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Facebook, You Tube, Texting: Rules of the Road for Kids
"Digital Citizenship" refers to responsible and ethical behaviour in our increasingly digital world. The ideal is safe, positive and confident community engagement with all digital technology.
What is Digital Citizenship?
Information for primary/secondary students, teachers and parents about being safe, positive and responsible on line. © Commonwealth of Australia through the State of New South Wales by its Department of Education and Communities, 2011
Edutopia Digital Citizenship Resource Roundup.
Articles, and videos on internet safety, cyber bullying, digital responsibility and media and digital literacy.
Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner
Links to classroom, teacher and parent resources as well as school policies.
Stay Smart Online
The Australian Government's online safety and security website. The site includes an alert service for current internet threats.
What is Digital Citizenship? ClickView, 2018
Jules has built a positive social media presence promoting good digital citizenship, online ethics and safety. So when her friend Aaron faces some social media challenges, she offers sound advice. Yet sometimes good digital citizens stumble - Jules' online popularity takes a new turn, but how will her followers respond?
DIGITAL ETIQUETTE : RULES OF BEHAVIOUR BY Year 8.