Jobs to Be Done and the Gender Gap in STEM

Written in honor of Dr. Clayton Christensen, who died a year ago today. A couple of years ago, we received an email from a young adult in Armenia working on a program to try to reduce the gender gap in STEM fields. This is a quest that is pretty common in many countries around the…

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“Parenting in a Digital World” [DigCitSummit 2017]

Parenting in a Digital World Panel “Parenting in a Digital World” Hear from experts on how to parent in a digital world. How to help your kids connect with technology and not fall into the traps of technology. Carolina Allen, Gabi Jubran, Deanna Lambson, Kristen Jenson, Felicia Rateliff, and Ethan Fausett. Carolina Allen Born in…

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#UseTech4Good Youth Extravaganza [DigCitSummit 2017]

Digital for Good Technology Youth

This is the entire #UseTech4Good Youth Extravaganza that was part of the Digital Citizenship Summit 2017 on Nov. 2&3 in Provo, UT at the Utah Valley Convention Center. You can also see each individual presentation from the Extravaganza at the DigCitSummit2017 YouTube channel. Thank you to all the youth and young adults who shared their…

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Positive DigCit Movement Meeting Day 1

Digital Citizenship Meeting

On April 20-21, 2017 we invited leaders from various sectors to come together in building a Positive Digital Citizenship Movement.  Stories Day 1 started out with everyone sharing their “Stories” and getting to know each other.  Vision Roundtable discussion and large group   Values Roundtable discussion and large group  

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Digital Citizenship Summit 2017 Summary and Links to Proceedings

DIGCIT technology conference

The 3rd annual/2017 Digital Citizenship Summit brought people from Utah and from several different states and countries. This Summit is part of a growing collaborative effort to help adults and youth alike create more deliberateness around the use of technology. DigCitSummits were held in Nigeria and Mexico earlier in 2017. January 2018 brought a Summit in Spain and more Summits are planned for Australia,…

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“#WeNotMe #WeANDMe” – June Holley, [DigCitSummit 2017]

Session 7 of the 2017 DigCitSummit This interactive workshop will help us explore how we can EXPAND conversations, collaborations, and community-building toward a more positive, #UseTech4Good culture. June Holley June Holley provides consulting, training and coaching to organizations around the world who are interested in creating healthier networks through a better understanding of self-organization, collaboration, innovation…

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“#NotAboutThemWithoutThem” – BRAVE Team, Meaghan Davis, Mar Amador, Jamiah Bennett [DigCitSummit 2017]

Session 6 of the 2017 DigCitSummit #NotAboutThemWithoutThem: How can adults and children/youth work together to #UseTech4Good? – Hear thoughts from BRAVE Girls Leadership founder Meaghan Davis and team leaders Mar Amador and Jamiah Bennett. Meaghan Davis is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BRAVE Girls Leadership Inc. She first established BRAVE in the Spring…

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“#NotAboutThemWithoutThem” – Rachel Murat & Alicia Vesely [DigCitSummit 2017]

#NotAboutThemWithoutThem: How can adults and children/youth work together to #UseTech4Good? – Rachel Murat & Alicia Vesely are a teacher/student team.   Rachel Murat Rachel Murat  has been a Teacher for 22 years and Technology Integrator for 3 years at Maine-Endwell Central School District, located in Central New York.  She currently teaches AP Government and Politics,…

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“#NotAboutThemWithoutThem” – Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran & her son, Curran Dee [DigCitSummit 2017]

#NotAboutThemWithoutThem: How can adults and children/youth work together to #UseTech4Good? – Marialice B.F.X. Curran & Curran Dee are a Mother/Son Team. Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran is the Founder and CEO of the Digital Citizenship Institute. Her advanced graduate and doctoral studies on adolescent development at Boston College reinforced  her commitment to service learning as Dr.…

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