Much research exists on digital citizenship and media literacy. Here we list what we believe to be relevant and meaningful research for our parents, students and teachers.
The New 3 E’s of Education: Enabled, Engaged, Empowered (PDF, 5.1 MB)
That parents are making these “digital choices” for their children should be a wake up call to many schools and districts (even policymakers) because the effective use of technology within learning is no longer a “nice to have” but a key essential – just as the students already believe. April 2011
“…the best solutions for promoting child safety, security, and privacy online must be the result of an ongoing negotiation involving all stakeholders…” June 4, 2010
Special Report: Kids, Data, and Internet Safety (PDF, 676 KB)
“Adults increasingly find themselves facing a pressing question: How do we encourage kids to take full advantage of the digital world’s vast resources while also taking reasonable steps to keep them safe online.” March 30, 2010
“An updated look at the research and definitions around bullying and cyberbullying, this talk was presented to the Youth Online Safety Working Group assembled by National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.” May 6, 2010
“The scope of this literature review is to map out what is currently understood about the intersections of youth, reputation, and privacy online, focusing on youth attitudes and practices.” April 21, 2010