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Know your rights and responsibilities: teaching digital citizenship

By Susan Marshall

Issue 103, Term 4 2017

th others. It’s worth reminding ourselves that there are rights and responsibilities that go with being a citizen of this digital world. So, what is ‘digital citizenship’ and why is it so important? How can librarians network with parents and the wider community on issues related to digital citizens

Cybersmart Digital Citizenship

By Kellie Britnell

Issue 93, Term 2 2015

program is specifically designed to meet the needs of its target audiences of children, young people, parents, teachers and library staff.Cybersmart digital citizenship is about confident and positive engagement with digital technology. A Cybersmart digital citizen is anyone with the skills and kno

Librarians in the digital age: experts in e-health

By Susan Marshall

Issue 101, Term 2 2017

No one would argue against the perception that librarians have moved well beyond their traditional role.The view of the librarian as the keeper of knowledge and the guide to unlocking the best of it has been totally overthrown — and the disruption metaphor is entirely apt. No longer do we even blink

Looking for silver linings: Educating about privacy and security in our increasingly online world

By Dr Kay Oddone

Issue 114, Term 3, 2020

care, and the school community. Student privacy and security Spending weeks or months engaging in remote learning has highlighted the value of strong digital citizenship — and the realisation that our conception of it should perhaps be broader than previously considered. While digital citizenship pr