Welcome to the EGUSD Digital Citizenship Website
All EGUSD schools teach digital citizenship and are in compliance with current legal mandates, such as the federal E-Rate/CIPA requirements.
As students step up and out onto the Internet, the district wants to ensure that they understand the need to think before they post – to treat others with respect, to build and maintain a positive digital footprint, to protect their online privacy and the privacy of others, and to respect intellectual property boundaries.
Protecting Online Privacy
Social & Cultural Literacy
Social Emotional Learning
Social Media 101
Children’s Media Use in America 2013
Zero to Eight: Children's Media Use in America 2013 is the second in a series of surveys by Common Sense Media designed to document the media environments and behaviors of kids ages 8 and under. According to survey results, children’s access to mobile media devices...
#DigCit resources for the classroom and home
Not only is it National Anti-Bullying Month, the week of October 21-25 has also been designated by Common Sense Media and Cable in the Classroom as National Digital Citizenship Week. In response, Edutopia has posted Digital Citizenship Week: 6 Resources for...
Facebook now allows teens to go “public” with content
Teen Facebook users ages 13-17 now have the option to share photos, updates and comments with the general public on Facebook. According to Facebook's latest news update, teens are among the most active users of social media, ranging from civic engagement topics to...