Digital citizenship should also include positive, creative, deliberate use of technological tools and skills to create, connect, communicate, and collaborate in ways that make a positive contribution to family, school, and community life.
— Digital Citizenship Utah (http://digcitutah.com/)
- Digital Footprint (all the ways a personal trail is left when computers are used)
- Media Literacy (smart consumption and ability to participate in online conversations)
- Security (keeping technical devices free from malware and protecting self from data loss)
- Ethics (following personal values and legal standards in the digital sphere)
- Digital Literacy (knowing how to use digital tools to create content and more)
- Harmful Content (identifying and avoiding harmful content)
- Digital Safety (staying safe from physical harms like predators)
- Etiquette (cultural rules for online interaction)
- Cyberbullying (overt and covert intimidation using technical media)
- Sexting (sending explicit photos or texts through digital means)
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