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MOOC offered on Digital Citizenship

Announcing a free MOOC on Digital Citizenship, Spring 2014 through the University of Alaska Southeast’s Masters in Educational Technology
Course site: jasonohler.com/dcm2014
Teacher: Jason Ohler (jasonohler@gmail.com)
The primary goal of the course is to help educators help students live responsible, safe and informed digital lifestyles that don’t require them to sacrifice the sense of excitement and opportunity that the internet inspires. The course offers broad application beyond education as well.
The course is offered in three ways. It can be taken at the 600 level as a graduate course, at the 500 level as a professional development course, or for free as a MOOC; no cost or credit is awarded for this option. How this works is explained on the Digital Citizenship MOOC 2014.
As a MOOC participant, you can take the course, just visit when inspired, or simply use the course materials. Whatever works for you.
Everyone is invited to join the Google+ community discussion devoted to course topics: Digital Citizenship MOOC 2014.
The course will feature guest experts Mike Ribble, leaders from CommonSense Media, Frank Gallagher from Cable in the Classroom, Pam Lloyd from GCI, Nancy Willard from Cybersavvy and others