Helping Students Create and Maintain a Positive Digital Footprint
Reinberger Middle School Library
The Columbus Academy
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
KidSMART: Digital Footprint
Digital Citizenship : Using Technology Appropriately
Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship – Page from previous website
“Digital Citizenship : Addressing Appropriate Technology Behavior” (Article by Mike Ribble, Gerard Bailey, and Tweed Ross from Learning & Leading with Technology
Common Sense Media : Media and Technology Resources for Educators
Digital Citizenship : Rights, Roles, and Responsibilities in a Digital Society (Northside Independent School District – San Antonio, TX)
Digital Citizenship and Creative Content
Digital Citizenship (California School Library Association)
Digital Citizenship (Cable in the Classroom)
Fodeman, Doug, and Marje Monroe. Safe Practices for Life Online : A Guide for Middle and
High School. Eugene: International Society for Technology in Education, 2009. Print.Ribble, Mike. Raising a Digital Child : A Digital Citizenship Handbook for Parents. Eugene:
International Society for Technology in Education, 2009. Print.Ribble, Mike, and Gerald Bailey. Digital Citizenship in Schools. Eugene: International Society for Technology in
Education, 2007. Print.
Richardson, Will, and Rob Mancabelli. Personal Learning Networks : Using the Power of
Connections to Transform Education. Bloomington: Solution Tree, 2011. Print.
Sherman, Josepha. Internet Safety. New York: Watts, 2003. Print. Young Adult Nonfiction
Discusses identity theft, email problems, chat rooms, shopping, and the rules of “netiquette”.
Wolinsky, Art. Safe Surfing on the Internet. Berkeley Heights: Enslow, 2003. Print. Young Adult
Nonfiction - Discusses acceptable use policies, email use and abuse, etiquette, and misuse of intellectual property of others.
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