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042: Digital Citizenship in a World that Doesn’t Forget

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We all create digital artifacts for others to discover but do students have a right to have their digital childhood forgotten? Students and adults are learning to navigate this new “nearly now society.” Digital citizenship requires a balanced mindset between electronic and face-to-face interactions. Alec Couros gives guidance and tips for connecting and creating an online identity and developing digital citizenship.

About today’s guest

Alec Couros is an associate professor of educational technology and media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina, in Saskatchewan, Canada helping others take advantage of the incredible opportunities in our connected world through the integration of educational technology. Alec is a passionate researcher, speaker, and trainer providing the knowledge necessary to take advantage of and thrive in our new digital reality.

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