Helping Students Create and Maintain a Positive Digital Footprint
Reinberger Middle School Library
The Columbus Academy
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Video: Think Before You Post
KidSMART: Digital Footprint
Digital Citizenship : Using Technology Appropriately
Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship
“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 (California School Library Association)
Digital Citizenship (Cable in the Classroom)
“Footprints in the Digital Age” (article from Educational Leadership, November 2008, by Will Richardson
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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