The EGUSD Digital Citizenship team has been writing blog posts and curating information and resources links for our families, staff and community for the past 8 years. Realizing that the digital world can be overwhelming for some, we hope to make tough topics easier to navigate and help people understand the importance of what it means to be active and contributing digital citizens. We warmly invite you to subscribe to, comment on and share resources you find on our website.

DigCit Tips for a Safe and Balanced Summer

For some people, summer signifies a shift to a slower-paced more carefree time. Even with this shift, it is important to stay vigilant about your online habits to protect yourself and maintain a healthy media balance.  Summer Safe Selfies The selfie trend doesn’t seem...

i think u r beautiful – LMIRL

The internet, social media and multiplayer gaming have expanded the way that students communicate and interact with their peers. Social media and online gaming allow kids the chance to connect with their IRL friends and to cast a wider net to meet new “friends”. Many...

Social Media Threats Are Not a Joke

For many years, schools have made deliberate efforts to teach students about their digital footprints and the ramifications of posting inappropriate things online, and yet there continues to be an increase in students nationwide using popular social media platforms to...

Media Literacy Week – October 25-29

Inspired by Canada’s Media Literacy Week, the U.S. Media Literacy Week has been hosted annually since 2014 by the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE). The mission of Media Literacy Week is to highlight the power of media literacy education and...

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