Digital Citizenship & Safety. RadioActive: April 5, 2017. Fake News, Digital Literacy, Rock Canyon Poets Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight's show featured a preview of the April 11th community panel on Facts, fake news and a post-truth America.
Guests on the show: BYU journalism professor Joel Campbell, City Weekly Editor Enrique LimónCarrie Rogers-Whitehead of Digital Respons-Ability Plus, #OpenMicActivists: Prof. Nude selfies a big problem in Utah schools, officials warn. SALT LAKE CITY — To some it's a sign of affection.
To some it's flirting. And to others, it's just what their generation does. Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup. Digital Literacy/Digital Citizenship. Digital citizenship. The Kids Who Lie About Their Age to Join Facebook - The Atlantic. Between 2011 and 2014, a group called EU Kids Online conducted comprehensive studies, looking at children in 22 European countries and across many cultures.
A strong majority of children used the Internet to visit social-networking sites like Facebook and to watch video clips on sites like YouTube. About half used the Internet for instant messaging and to do schoolwork. About one-third used it for Internet gaming, slightly less to download movies or music, and less again to read the news. A similarly comprehensive study was done in the United States in 2014 by four researchers from the fields of education and psychology. A national sample of 442 children between the ages of 8 and 12, or what is called “middle childhood,” were asked how they spent their time online.
Nearpod - Create, Engage, Assess through Mobile Devices. Making Sense of the News: News Literacy Lessons for Digital Citizens - The University of Hong Kong, The State University of New York. Can You Tell Fake News From Real? Study Finds Students Have 'Dismaying' Inability. Stanford researchers assessed students from middle school to college and found they struggled to distinguish ads from articles, neutral sources from biased ones and fake accounts from real ones.
Gary Waters/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Gary Waters/Ikon Images/Getty Images Stanford researchers assessed students from middle school to college and found they struggled to distinguish ads from articles, neutral sources from biased ones and fake accounts from real ones. If the children are the future, the future might be very ill-informed. Op-ed: We owe it to children to take digital citizenship seriously. One researcher from the study said, "Many assume that because young people are fluent in social media they are equally savvy about what they find there. ...
Our work shows the opposite. " The ability to evaluate information is an essential part of digital citizenship — the appropriate and responsible use of technology. The 21st century skills in digital citizenship are more important now than ever. UCET 2017 - Michelle Shimmin - Education Technology. Northstar Digital Literacy Assessment. Gigabit Libraries Network - Home. Digital Citizenship. Digital Citizenship.