Dishing Up Some Digital Citizenship
Kristen Mattson, School Library Media Director, Indian Prairie School District 204 (IN), @DrKMattson
Liv Van Ledtje, student, @thelivbits
Shannon McClintock Miller, Future Ready Librarian Spokesperson, K–12 District Teacher Librarian, Van Meter Community School (IA), @shannonmmiller
On November 12, 2019 Future Ready Schools® held a Webinar on Digital citizenship which is so much more than internet safety. This webinar covered how librarians and students are “turning the page” on the old digital citizenship conversation. The NEW digital citizenship requires us to be informed, active members of digital communities who can thoughtfully reflect on our relationship with technology (and with one another!) in an increasingly connected world. In this webinar, Shannon McClintock Miller, and her special guests, had an informative, exciting and fun conversation around digital citizenship.
- What skills do digital citizens need to be successful?
- How can librarians be champions of this work?
- What digital citizenship successes can you celebrate?
- What does an empowered digital citizen look like?
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