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The use of technology and the internet has changed the way we interact, work, study and shop. Many of us appreciate and enjoy our online interactions. However, there are also many dangers lurking in the online environment. How do we navigate the ever changing rules of digital citizenship, and keep ourselves and our families safe in the online world? Read on to learn more.

Quick Facts

  • The “World Cup” was the most searched event on Google in 2018.
  • The “123456”continues to be first on the list of bad passwords in 2018. “Password” is the second on the list.
  • According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 93 percent of teens ages 12 to 17 are online.

Digital Citizenship Articles by Topic

Newest Digital Citizenship Articles

Want to boost your digital (and other) skills? Now is the best time to do it

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To be clear, anytime is a good time to improve your digital skills. It’s just that right now with so… Read more »

The 3 meeting attendees you don’t want to meet online

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Online meetings and conferences tend to be less formal than conventional ones. Perhaps because we are aware of the distance,… Read more »

5 tips for hosting effective virtual meetings

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Is it your team’s first time to meet virtually? Here are a few tips to help you get you started:… Read more »

Are you scared of technology? 5 tips to survive in the 21st century

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Technology can be overwhelming. Every day we hear of some new gadget, app or software that we need to download… Read more »

Recent Digital Citizenship Articles, CLB3-4

Be media smart! Assessing online information in 5 steps

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Most of us rely on the information we get on the internet. It’s easy, and we get our answers quickly…. Read more »

6 tips for safe and productive Facebook use

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Facebook has become one of the most widely used social media platforms today. For those of us who have friends… Read more »

5 tips for browsing the internet efficiently

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When was the last time you read an actual paper newspaper to check the weather and other news? Sure, some… Read more »

Are you ready for your online class?

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Online classes are the wave of the future. More and more people are discovering the benefits of going online to… Read more »

Related Activities

WorkCom_Week 4

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This is our last week of Workplace Communications. This time you are in the driver’s seat. We look forward to your presentation… Read more »

WorkCom_Week 3

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We have now reached week 3 of Workplace Communications! This week, we are engaging in a number of activities that allow… Read more »

Digital Skills at Work

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Course Description Digital Skills at Work (DSW) is a four-week course focusing on essential digital skills required to succeed in one’s career…. Read more »

Week 1 – Digital Citizenship

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Week 1 focuses on the key concepts of the digital world. Think about your daily life and the technology you… Read more »

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