Sunday, October 19, 2014

Digital Citizenship Resources Offered in a ThingLink

In a previous post, I addressed the ways in which ThingLink can be used as a teaching tool.

A Versatile Tool to Use in the Classroom: ThingLink


Recently, I came across a ThingLink with professional resources about teaching digital citizenship. The ThingLink is based on resources provided by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)via the work of Mark Ribble.

The ThingLink was created by the sponsors of the Coaching Digital Leadership MOOC offered by



  • The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation 
  •  North Carolina State University . 


  • To use the resources accessible from the Thinglink, hover with your cursor (mouse) to find the hotspots in each category, and click. Some hotspots will be text boxes and some will offer links to online resources. 


    Was the ThingLink useful to you? Did you discover new resources that you might use, or discover ones you are already using?

    With Digital Citizenship coming up this week, October 19-25, also though it a good idea to share a resource from Common Sense Media: Digital Citizenship Week.



    2 comments:

    1. my birthday is October 19th!!!- Carrie

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    2. I will no longer be a teenager!!!

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