EPIK was invited to participate on a panel in the global Digital Citizenship Summit streamed live from Twitter Headquarters on BeTheDigitalChange.com. View this first video (Fourth Panel), which was actually the last panel and send off from the conference, to watch Michelle Linford, Executive Director of EPIK, answer the question: “What do we have to do to see digital citizenship and media literacy be the norm around the country?”
On October 28, 2016 hundreds of individuals, businesses, and educational leaders attended The global Digital Citizenship Summit at the Twitter Headquarters in San Francisco, CA. The focus of the Digital Citizenship Summit is to promote positive and practical solutions towards SAFE, SAVVY, and ETHICAL use. The goal was to enlist the help of diverse stakeholders (including you!) to solve problems regarding social media and tech.
Our hope is to swing the pendulum from fear and distrust towards education, empowerment, and engagement. This requires collaboration.
The DigCitSummit 2016 was filled with positive collaborations and people desiring to share ideas and learn more.
Here are the DigCitSummit 2016 Speakers and Panels!