What is digital citizenship?
Digital citizenship refers to the active participation online, ensuring that you one does so in an appropriate responsible way.
1) digital access
2) digital commerce
3) digital literacy
4) digital communication
5) digital etiquette
6) digital law
7) digital rights and responsibilities
8) digital health and wellness
9) digital security
Digital Access- refers to the electronic participation within society.
Digital literacy- refers to the information found from using electronics.
Digital communication- refers to the exchange of electronic information.
Digital etiquette- refers to our online behavior and rules that need to be followed.
Digital security- refers to being able to use digital literacy without interference, unauthorized access or data collection.
Digital health and wellness- refers to both the physical and psycological well being of an individual within the digital technological world.
Digital security- refers to the precaution measures that are put in place to protect the user.
Digital commerce- refers to being able sell or buy products online.
Digital rights and responsibilities- refers to the freedom and benefits experienced by the digital technology users.
Media Fluency- the ability to listen and communicate via several different media platforms.
The information fluency
- refers to how well someone can decode information to extract essential knowledge.
The solution fluency
-the use of conscienceless processes and application of the information fluency to solve a problems.
The collaboration fluency
-being able to effectively work with other individuals
The creative fluency
-being able to think outside the box and view things in a different perspective.