What is Digital Citizenship? Why does it matter? – Jeremy Bond [DigCitSummit 2017]

Jeremy Bond, Publications Coordinator, State Education Resource Center

Digital CitizenshipJeremy D. Bond is dedicated to education—through his career in communication and a drive to elevate the conversation about the educational experience. After serving as an AmeriCorps volunteer in Middlesex County, CT, assisting families and children with serious emotional disturbance, he went on to cover mental health policy and other human services from a state and national perspective. He was editor and reporter for a series of specialty publications outside Washington, D.C., covering Capitol Hill, federal agencies and courts, and major conferences and events in Washington and other cities, as well as a local business and community reporter. He would return to Connecticut with his family and become Publications Coordinator at SERC, an invaluable resource from his AmeriCorps days in the Middletown region.

Jeremy is an avid fan of promoting digital citizenship and developing a professional and personal learning community through social media. He also has supported statewide and national efforts related to family and community engagement. Jeremy and his wife, Kate, have two daughters in West Hartford Public Schools.

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