Call for Proposals Now Open for the Sixth Annual Connected Learning Summit

Call for proposals now open for the sixth annual Connected Learning Summit, which will run entirely online from October 26 to 28, 2023. Submissions open: […]

Openverse: An Open Source Creative Commons Search Tool

Wish you could easily find images and audio for your projects? Check out, an open source Creative Commons search tool. The post Openverse: An […]

What Are Microsoft’s New Learning Accelerators?

Boost student learning, track student progress, and take swift action with Microsoft's 2023 Learning Accelerators. The post What Are Microsoft’s New Learning Accelerators? appeared first […]

Code for What?

Educators are urged to teach “computer science for all!” In our new book, based on ten years of work at YR Media, we respond with […]

Free K-12 Cyber Workforce Curriculum

Prepare students to be a cyber workforce to positively impact the future! If that's a goal for you and your students, can help. The […]

Getting Over Privacy: Surveillance Studies and Edtech

Writing for this blog in 2013, Dr. John Jones warned, “[D]igital technologies are increasingly important not just to learning, but to all facets of students’ […]

Cybersecurity for Everyone– From Students to Senior Citizens

Cybersecurity is essential for everyone– from kids to parents and grandparents. Explore resources to help get the discussion started. The post Cybersecurity for Everyone– From […]

Three Resources to Boost Kids’ Digital Safety

If you're looking for resources to educate yourself and your kids on digital safety, take a look at these three great options. The post Three […]

Digital Citizenship Week Resource Roundup

Digital Citizenship Week is coming up! Here's a roundup of articles with links to resources, templates, and activities to help you plan. The post Digital […]

Creating Passwords for Elementary Students

Do you know what makes a strong password? Do your students? Explore two methods for helping younger learners create secure passwords. The post Creating Passwords […]

Cyber Protection: A Basic Right

Cyber protection is a basic tenet of digital citizenship. Why aren't we doing more to empower children and staff to protect sensitive data? The post […]

Two Options for Stopping Smartphone Trackers

Love your smartphone? Trying to encourage your kids to use their smartphones responsibly? Stop smartphone trackers from stealing your data. The post Two Options for […]

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