Digital Citizenship


Digital citizenship can be thought of as responsible and appropriate use for everyone on the Internet, according to Mike Ribble. There are 9 areas of to be aware of: Digital Access, Digital Commerce, Digital Communication, Digital Literacy, Digital Etiquette, Digital Law, Digital Rights & Responsibilities, Digital Health & Wellness, and Digital Security.

Internet Safety & Digital Etiquette Resources

Website

Organization

Description

Audience

Grade Level

Net Smartz Workshop
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. Resources include videos, games, activity cards, and presentations
Students, Educators, Parents, Law Enforcement
K-12
New Jersey State Police-Internet Safety Tips
New Jersey State Police
Internet safety tips.
Students, Educators, Parents
K-12
Internet Survival Guide for Parents
Common Sense Media
Information and tips for parents and children about social networking, web surfing, downloading, and other online topics.
Parents
K-12
ConnectSafely
ConnectSafely
News, video, tips, and other resources.
Teens, Parents, Educaors

GetNetwise
Internet Education Foundation
Provides news and resources.
Teens, Parents, Educaors