Advocates for Digital Citizenship, Safety, and Success

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For more information, here's what our wiki states:

"We are educators who wish to work with others to create information that may be widely disseminated about best practices for digital citizenship, safety, and success."

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Vicki Davis' (Cool Cat Teacher) post about ad4dcss -

A grouping of all of the feeds for the group at Netvibes

Tags: ad4dcss, bullying, pd, safety

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Hi Kate,

In an effort to be involved, I'm a bit confused, but is there a difference between the diigo, wiki, google group, netvibes ... are resources to be posted to diigo based on the subject areas on the wiki?

Ignore my question, you guys pack so much info in! Its clearer now I have had to time to read rather than scan.
Marie -

I'll take the time to reply for others who might have the same question! The tags used in the diigo group are the same as the tags on the wiki. In diigo, when saving resources and sharing them with the group, the use of these tags will help aggregate resources into feeds. The diigo group is a collection of web resources, the wiki is currently the planning location, and the netvibes page is a collection of all of the related activity. This effort isn't simply one project, it's a movement. New projects can be created by advocates. If anyone has any more questions, PLEASE ask!
Hi All, I just wanted to call your attention to the free CyberSmart! Student Curriculum at
Free to educators, the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively. We just announced the release of our CyberSmart! Cyberbullying Package, a positive and empowering suite of K-12 lessons. Our partners in distributing this package free to schools include the National School Boards Association's Technology Leadership Network, Character Education Partnership, National Association of School Psychologists and the National Cyber Security Alliance.
My students have been researching, writing a blog and creating podcast about digital citizenship. Some the sites they have really enjoyed are iKeep Safe and NetSmartz Both of these sites have parent and educator sections too. iKeep Safe has a some downloads that can help parents monitor their students on MySpace and other Social Networking sites. Also there is a great ISTE book Digital Citizenship in Schools by Gerald Bailey & Mike Ribble which is a great resource. One of our county's ITS lent it to me and it is full of wonder activities.

If you have a chance please stop by my students blog and support them We should have some podcast up by the end of next week.



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