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Microsoft Releases Digital Citizenship Toolkit

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#1 Queen-Evie


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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:01 AM


Microsoft offers a collections of materials in its Digital Citizenship in Action: A Guide to Education & Events Toolkit. The toolkit includes all the elements needed to teach yourself and help educate others about computer security, data privacy, and online safety issues, prevention, and remediation. This section offers brochures, factsheets and tip cards, designed to print and leave behind with several audiences - parents, educators, policymakers NGOs, etc.

Download relevant pieces to your work or interest. Educate yourself and others about being safer online

There are various categories such as

Defend Your Computer Brochure
Digital Citizenship Begins with You Factsheet
Protecting Yourself from Phishing Scams Brochure

The ones I looked at are written in plain simple language that anyone can understand. It is very basic information which everyone should know.

Not everyone is computer savvy. As an educational tool these articles could be very useful to those people. And they are a reminder to everyone it is up to US to keep ourselves and our computers safe.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:35 AM

Thanks for this share with us.
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