Weekend Website #114: 55 Digital Citizenship Links

Understanding how to use the internet has become a cornerstone issue for students. No longer do they complete their research on projects solely in the library. Now, there is a vast landscape of resources available on the internet.

But with wealth comes responsibility. As soon as children begin to visit the online world, they need the knowledge to do that safely, securely, responsibly. I’ve collected resources here so you can make your choices.

  1. Avatar 1–a monster
  2. Avatar 2–Lego you
  3. Avatar 3–animal
  4. Avatar 4–make me a hero
  5. Avatar 5–MadMen yourself
  6. Avatar–Clay yourself
  7. Blogging for Kids
  8. Carnegie Cadets—practice DC
  9. Clicky III
  10. Clicky’s Web(safe) World
  11. Clicky’s Web(safe) World II
  12. Clicky’s Netsmart Kids
  13. Clickys’s II Netsmart Kids
  14. Computer safety
  15. Computer safety–videos
  16. Digital Citizenship Guide
  17. Digital Passport
  18. Digital Passport—earn one
  19. Disney Surf Swell Island
  20. Disney’s CyberNetiquette Comix
  21. Faux Paws Internet Safety
  22. Garfield internet safety
  23. Hoax or not?
  24. Images—plagiarism
  25. Internet safety
  26. Internet safety games
  27. Internet Safety II
  28. Internet safety quiz
  29. Internet Safety Site –Disney
  30. Internet safety video–a day in a digital citizen’s life
  31. Internet safety–read-to-you book
  32. Internet Smart Princess
  33. My Online Neighborhood–video
  34. Netsmart KidsOnline Safety
  35. NetSmartKids–read-tyou–internet sfty
  36. Online Safety Quiz
  37. Online Safety Quiz II
  38. Organize technology (drag and drop
  39. Plagiarism
  40. Plagiarism video
  41. Princess who knew how to UYN–video
  42. Privacy playground I
  43. Privacy Playground—age 8-10
  44. Research Skills
  45. Research Skills
  46. Reverse Image Search
  47. Safe Kids Quiz
  48. Safety Land
  49. Safety Land game
  50. Safety Land—with certificate at end
  51. Surf Swell Island
  52. Webonauts
  53. Webville Outlaws–internet safety
  54. Welcome to the Web
  55. Who are your online friends?

Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years. She is the editor/author of over a hundred tech ed resources including a K-12 technology curriculum, K-8 keyboard curriculum, K-8 Digital Citizenship curriculum. She is an adjunct professor in tech ed, Master Teacher, webmaster for four blogs, an Amazon Vine Voice, CSTA presentation reviewer, freelance journalist on tech ed topics, contributor to NEA Today, and author of the tech thrillers, To Hunt a Sub and Twenty-four Days. You can find her resources at Structured Learning.

Author: Jacqui
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