A Student’s Guide to Personal Publishing


Subjects: Digital Literacy, Ethics & Communities
Grade Level: All
Source: Cyberbullying Research Center

Drs. Sameer Hinduja and Justin W. Patchin of the Cyberbullying Research Center help children think about what they’re doing when they create something to post online or in print for others to see. What are the risks and rewards of digital publishing? The paper explores many of the issues related to the media that children create and share. It also provides guidelines for work created by children.

A Student’s Guide to Personal Publishing

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