Blog post on the ISTE Connects blog on communication between different cultures when collaborating globally
Why Being Young Doesn't Make You a Social Media Expert https://t.co/q1R3bRD6dn via @mashable #etl523
Library 2.016 : Privacy in the Digital Age
Free online conference March 16/17
Thought provoking blog post by #ETL523 student https://twitter.com/hbailie
How we approach the use of mobile and wireless learning in schools is a digital/global citizen piece.
Good discussion points raised in this article.
Excellent post by Trisah, ETL523 201630 student - shows how digital citizenship means participation and involvement and shares how this can be done in a meaningful way.
Excellent blog post by Dr Alec Couros last year. Recently he has shared updates on Facebook about personal stolen identity via pictures online.
The 21st Century Citizenship Guide outlines a vision of citizenship that encompasses informed, engaged and active practices in three dimensions of citizenship—civic, global and digital. The different dimensions of citizenship will be explored, along with recommendations on actions that parents, local, and national policymakers can take to make sure that all students are able to develop into true 21st century citizens.
Links to interesting resources from the Global Digital Citizen Foundation blog
Discusses Ribble's nine elements
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