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.