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Internet Safety & Digital Citizenship Toolkit

Have you performed a Social Media Audit recently (or ever)?  Go through your Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and other social media accounts to review what you have posted and see what has been posted about you.  Certain types of status updates, pictures, or videos could have a negative impact on your chance to get into your first choice colleges or the job you want.  Did you know that Google Alerts can e-mail you any links that includes your name?

Through animated videos, short films, games, and interactive comics, NSTeens teaches tweens and teens about making safer choices online.

  A series of web safety videos. Produced by Google in partnership with Connect Safely, Net Family News, and Common Sense Media.  


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    Pratice your Digital Citizenship Skills with digital compass games.




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