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The Digital Citizenship Project - crowdsourcing resources and strategies for supporting Digital Citizenship

Your Name and Title:

Claire Amos, Director of e-learning

School, Library, or Organization Name:

Epsom Girls Grammar School

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Country from Which You Will Present:

New Zealand

Language in Which You Will Present:


Target Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.):

all teachers and administrators

Short Session Description (one line):

Introduction to a crowdsourced open educational resource - The Digital Citizenship Project

Full Session Description (one paragraph minimum):

In this session you will introduced to the 'The Digital Citizenship Project' - a crowdsourced set of teaching resources being developed by educators from around New Zealand. Claire Amos (Director of e-learning, Epsom Girls Grammar School) kicked off the project in June and since then NetSafe, Creative Commons NZ, National Library New Zealand and NEAL NZ along with 75 NZ educators have been sharing their expertise and energy. The project has evolved into three 10 module courses (Primary, Intermediate and Secondary) being developed on WikiEducator. This is an Open Education Resource that anyone is welcome to use, adapt and contribute to.

Claire will share experiences and lessons learned in relation to the power of crowdsourcing and collaborative development of open education resources.

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:

Digital Citizenship on WikiEducator: http://wikieducator.org/Digital_Citizenship

Workshop support material: http://www.claireamos.com/workshop-info

Article published about the project in Education Aotearoa: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-HD7CxaCrLIN3VKNklpTjltVE0/edit

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