Little Green Librarian

Blogging my way through a Masters in Teacher Librarianship at CSU!

Posts tagged with digital citizenship

Portfolio: Final thoughts on the impact of my studies

October17
Image of an ape in a thinking position.

As I reflect on my studies at Charles Sturt University (CSU) and their subsequent impact on my practice as a teacher librarian, three themes emerge: the role of a teacher librarian, resourcing the curriculum and digital citizenship. In this blog post, my final portfolio, I will explore these three themes, explaining how the things I […]

No man is an island: A critical reflection

May30
Image of a person surrounded by social media icons with the quote, "No man is an island" written below.

“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.” John Donne So often when we think about digital citizenship, the focus is on online safety. The ‘a-ha’ moment for me during this subject, however, has been the discovery that digital citizenship is actually […]

What is good digital citizenship?

May1

Good citizenship, as a concept, is hard to define. Is it a combination of characteristics? A list of actions? A set of values? We know that to be a citizen is to be a recognised member of a country, but how do we define and measure what good citizenship is? When we apply these musings […]

Digital storytelling: Context

October12

I am a teacher librarian in a NSW Distance Education primary school. Our students are not on site at the school, and they have varying degrees of internet connectivity, depending on their circumstances. This presents unique challenges in terms of fulfilling the teaching part of my role. These two factors – student connectivity and the […]

Digital storytelling: A proposal

September14

Proposed topic Digital citizenship: Using public domain and creative commons images and music. Proposed digital tools I plan to create a visual novel using the free Ren’Py software, which will result in a “game” application file in formats suitable for PC and Mac computers. If time permits, I will also create an Android-compatible version of […]


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