Resources for Digital Citizenship

Curran, M. (2012). iCitizen: Are you a socially responsible digital citizen. Paper presented at the International Society for Technology Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX. Retrieved from (PDF: icitizen_paper_M_Curran.pdf )

Elcicek, M., Erdemci, H. and Karal, H. (2018). Examining the relationship between the levels of digital citizenship and social presence for the graduate students having online education. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE), 19(1), 203. Retrieved from

Gikas, J. and Grant, M. (2013). Mobile computing devices in higher education: Student perspectives on learning with cellphones, smartphones & social media. Internet and Higher Education 19 (2013) 18–26. Retrieved from

Hollandsworth, R., Donovan, J., and Welch, M. (2017). Digital citizenship: You can’t go home again. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 61(6), 524–530.

Lenhart, A. (2015). Teens, social media and technology overview 2015. Pew Research Center. Internet & Technology, April 2015. Retrieved

Lewinsky, M. (2015). The Price of shame. TedTalks, March 2015. Retrieved from

Lewinsky, M. (2014). Shame and survival. Vanity Fair, May 28, 2014. Retrieved from

Minjeong K., and Dongyeon C. (2018). Development of youth digital Citizenship scale and implication for educational setting. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 21(1), 155–171. Retrieved from

Mitchell, L. (2016). Beyond digital citizenship. Middle School Review, V1, Iss3. Retrieved from

Pariser, E. (2011). Beware online “filter bubbles.” Eli Pariser: Beware online “filter bubbles” [Video]. TED, May 2, 2011. Retrieved from

Ribble, M. (2015). Digital citizenship in schools: Nine elements all students should know. (2nd ed). International Society for Technology in Education.

Ribble, M. (2012). Digital citizenship for educational change. Kappa Delta Pi Record, issue 1. Retrieved from