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Leading for Digital Citizenship in the Digital Learning Environment:

Ethical participation in the digital environment

The online world provides seemingly limitless access to information and media. Ethical participation requires knowledge of one’s rights and responsibilities as a digital citizen. Understanding plagiarism, copyright, and the use and application of Creative Commons licensed material is essential in the digital learning environment. Educators have a responsibility to be model digital citizens who participate ethically in the digital environment.

This learning module will guide teachers through an exploration of these issues and give practical advice on the management and use of media so that they are empowered with the knowledge to be excellent role models to their students. It was created in 2016 as part of the assessment requirements of Digital Citizenship in Schools, a subject from Charles Sturt University's Master of Education (Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation) and Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) courses.

Contributing Members:

Heather Bailie

Heather is the Library & Information Services Manager at an independent K-12 school in Melbourne, Australia, and a CSU
Master of Education (Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation) student. She can be contacted via Twitter @hbailie

Amanda Lucas

Amanda is a Teacher Librarian at an independent K-12 girls’ school in Melbourne, Australia. She has recently completed her Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) at Charles Sturt University. Amanda can be contacted via Twitter @amanluc

Karen Malbon

Karen is a Teacher Librarian at the senior campus of an independent K-12 school in Melbourne, Australia and a CSU Master of Education (Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation) student. She can be contacted via Twitter @KMalbon

Glenda Morris

Glenda is a Teacher Librarian & Learning Technology Consultant at an independent K-12 girls' school in Melbourne, Australia, and a CSU Master of Education (Knowledge Networks & digital Innovation) student. Glenda can be contacted via Twitter @jasmont1
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Creative Commons License
Ethical participation in the digital environment by Bailie, H., Lucas, A., Malbon, K. and Morris, G. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Reference as (APA style)Bailie, H, Lucas, A, Malbon, K, and Morris, G. (2016). Ethical participation in the digital environment. Retrieved [date], from http://ethicalpde.wikispaces.com/
In-text citation: (Bailie, H, Lucas, A, Malbon, K, and Morris, G, 2016)

All images not otherwise referenced have been created by members of the team using CC0 licensed images from Pixabay and edited with Canva. Theme image by cocoparisienne.