Teaching digital citizenship has never been more important. Prepare students to stay safe, solve problems, and become a force for good.


Explore the DigCitCommit Competencies

Digital citizenship is a critical skill for students of today and our leaders of tomorrow. These five competencies will shift the conversation from don'ts to do's.

Get ready! Digital Citizenship week is 

October 18-22, 2021.

The DigCit Coalition has prepared several great resources.

Download our quick reference guide.

Missed the DigCitCommit Virtual Congress? Watch the live recordings!

Day 1 & Day 2


I am open to hearing and respectfully recognizing multiple viewpoints and I engage with others online with respect and empathy.


I evaluate the accuracy, perspective, and validity of digital media and social posts.


I use technology and digital channels for civic engagement, to solve problems and be a force for good in both physical and virtual communities.


I make informed decisions about how to prioritize my time and activities online and off.


I am aware of my online actions, and know how to be safe and create safe spaces for others online.



The DigCitCommit coalition is made up of organizations committed to giving all educators the tools to teach a new definition of digital citizenship.


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