Michael Gorman shares these top digital citizenship resources to get you started:
■ YouTube’s interactive curriculum helps educate students ages 13–17 on policies, content, privacy, and responsible digital citizenship in all online activity.
■ Digizen shares advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying and how these relate to people’s online experiences and behaviors.
■ Brain Pop Junior creates animated content to engage students, support educators, and bolster achievement.
■ The Teaching Channel offers bountiful resource videos to support digital citizenship and other curriculum content areas.
■ Digital Citizenship 5-Minute Film Festival is a wonderful collection of digital citizenship films on a YouTube channel.
■ Born Digital Video Anthology presents videos integrating the experiences of youth interns, each inspired by a different chapter from Born Digital by John Palfrey and Urs Gasser.
■ Pinterest Digital Citizenship—Common Sense Media has pinned a collection of great resources for parents, teachers, and administrators.