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Our guest blogger this week is Sandra Bebbington from MELS.
Digital Citizenship has been in the news a lot lately particularly with Digital Citizenship Week occurring in October in the US. What I have noticed though is that some elements of digital citizenship get much more attention than others. This is often due to the events we hear about on the news – tragic events due to cyberbullying, private pictures being hacked and shared globally etc. Understandably, eliminating cyberbulling and privacy issues are a concern but we should not forget that there are other elements of digital citizenship that require our attention.
One of those elements is Copyright. Copyright is something that libraries deal with daily and I think this offers us a great opportunity to become more involved in our student’s learning. While we always want to encourage creation, we must be mindful of using other people’s work.
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