Digital Citizenship: New Roles and Responsibilities in the Digital Age
A webinar defining 'digital citizenship' and exploring ways for public libraries to support services and programming to help grow safe, responsible, and respectful digital environments.
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Today’s digital world is redefining “citizenship.” All of us—from digital natives to later adopters—need to learn how to be good citizens, to be safe, responsible and respectful participants in this new world. Digital citizenship requires a whole-community approach among parents, kids, librarians, educators, and the broader community. In this webinar, explore the vital connection between Digital Citizenship and Public Libraries. Learn about free digital citizenship resources provided by Common Sense Education covering a range of topics including Internet Safety, Cyberbullying, Digital Footprints, Copyright, and more.
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- Digital Citizenship and Public Libraries
- Cultivating a Hacker Ethic: Digital Citizenship at Innisfil Public Library
- Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
- Common Sense Media
- Standards for the 21st Century Learner
- Digital Literacy & Citizenship Curriculum
- Good Play Project and Report
- Videos on Common Sense Media
14 October 2014
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]