This subject explores the concept and practice of digital citizenship. Technological, political and ethical issues concerning digital citizenship are examined, including intellectual property, plagiarism, cybersafety, freedom of information, transliteracy and the effective use of a range of technologies to support learning and teaching. Issues in policy and practice are examined to understand how learning programs and school community practices can build capacity and resilience in students to enable them to become effective and responsible digital citizens in global online learning environments.
School of Information Studies
Available to those students undertaking the Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation), Master of Education (Generic and with Specialisations), Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship)
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