Designed for Thinkers: A Critical Literacy Approach to Digital Citizenship
Session 302: Thursday January 30, 2014
Anita Brooks Kirkland, Consultant, K-12 Libraries, Waterloo Region District School Board, Vice-President, Ontario Library Association
Ruth Hall, Program Coordinator, Library & Learning Services Resources and Interdisciplinary Studies, Toronto District School Board
Additional Facilitation: Members of The Association of Library Consultants and Coordinators of Ontario (TALCO)
Special Guests: Members of the (Education) Minister’s Student Advisory Council and secondary students from the Toronto District School Board
Session Description: Digital citizenship is multi-faceted and complex. From managing your digital footprint and dealing with safety and cyberbullying issues to ethical practices around copyright, plagiarism, and citation, students and teachers navigate new and sometimes treacherous ground as they learn with technology.
This session was designed to gather input from students, teachers and teacher-librarians to inform a new digital citizenship resource from TALCO, to be launched from the TALCO website in the spring of 2014. The resource will also be closely connected to the Together for Learning website.
Presentation: Designed For Thinkers
Digital Citizenship Categories: Digital Citizenship Categories