Digital Citizenship is the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use. It's important we help today's youth navigate digital communication, cyberbullying, internet safety, and other digital dilemmas. When it comes to being a good consumer and educator in a digital world, it's hard to determine what is, and is not, "common sense".
- CommonSense.org is an independent, nonprofit organization that offers free K-12 digital literacy and citizenship curriculum for educators and families.
- Childnet International is a nonprofit, international organization whose mission is to help children and young people, ages 3 - 18, to be safe online with classroom and family resources.
- Google's: Be Internet Awesome This Google-created site has an interactive game for students, curriculum for teachers, and resources for parents about digital safety.