Welcome to the Elk Grove Unified School District's Digital Citizenship Website
The Elk Grove Unified School District's Digital Citizenship Initiative is an on-going project and commitment. As new technology applications and tools are created, the district expands the curriculum and trainings accordingly. Currently, the district provides digital citizenship curriculum for grades K-12, professional development workshops for staff, and resources for parents.
Supporting 21st century teaching and learning is the focus of this EGUSD initiative. In response to the speed at which technology changes, bringing with it new opportunities and challenges, the goal of this website is to provide updated digital citizenship resources to all EGUSD stakeholders. We recommend subscribing to the website to receive email updates as new content is added.
Learn more about EGUSD's Digital Citizenship Initiative.
Recent Site Articles
Digital Citizenship Week
by webmaster on 9th October 2014
As part of the National Connected Educator's Month events, October 19-25 has been designated as the third annual Digital Citizenship Read full article »
EGUSD to Participate in Cyberbullying Panel Discussion
by webmaster on 29th September 2014
You're on the internet daily. So are they: Cyber-Bullies. How can you protect yourself? Join EGUSD's Gail Desler and Social Read full article »
Yik Yak – No Profiles, No Passwords, It’s “Annonymous”
by webmaster on 14th March 2014
It's very important to stay on top of social media trends, especially when children are using these sites or apps to harass Read full article »
Calling All EGUSD Teacher Bloggers…
by admin on 26th February 2014
It's time to register for the March Edublogs Student Blogging Challenge. If you are looking for ways to connect your classroom Read full article »
Google simplifies search process for copyright friendly images
by webmaster on 21st January 2014
Finding copyright free images via Google's robust search engine just got easier. Matt Cutts, head of Google's Webspam team, tweeted Read full article »
- Digital Citizenship Week