All too often, many people, and especially young people, donít understand the consequences of their actions online and behave in ways that either put them in danger or make them poor digital citizens. This toolkit contains webinars that explain what constitutes good digital citizens and explore a variety of tools, websites, and activities you can use to help your students become better digital citizens. Discover how to teach copyright issues, where to find copyright-free images and works, and tools that can make citing sources easier. Learn ways that you can help your students use critical thinking skills to stay safer online by showing them how to avoid scams, evaluate sites they see, and tell fact from fiction. You will discover how to develop your own positive digital footprint, so that you can model and help them to create a favorable footprint. Explore the impact of cyberbullying and discover ways to recognize, prevent, and respond to it.