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Title: Digital Citizenship Toolkit
Authors: Michelle Schwartz
Maha Bali
Katie Blocksidge
Cheryl Brown
Autumm Caines
Kelly Dermody
Carmen Gelette
Lisa Levesque
Jennifer Peters
Issue Date: 20-Aug-2020
Publisher: Toronto Metropolitan University
Abstract: Hello and welcome to the Digital Citizenship Toolkit. Have you ever wondered if your phone is listening to you? Do you ever look to the Internet for the answer to a question, and hours later, find that you are more confused than before? Have you argued with a friend or relative about a meme? Have you been tempted to share your own thoughts and feelings online, but resisted for fear of trolls? This book delves into these issues and more.
Other Identifiers: a223cb61-4a1f-4166-a15f-a701f5b0a583
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