Digital Citizenship

Responsible use of technology and digital tools is often referred to as digital citizenship (GoGuardian, 2023).  Anyone who interacts with various forms of technology has rights and protections much like a community member within a city.  A digital citizen has expectations of how to properly use and community when using these tools. GoGuardian (2020) writes about these expectationsContinue reading “Digital Citizenship”

Digital Rights

Digital rights can be defined as the protection of common human rights like security, privacy, and access in digital spaces, however, the terminology encompassing the realm of “digital” is significantly different (Azali, 2020).  These rights embrace standard freedoms that grant people safe access to digital content with undeserved prejudice (UNESCO, 2019).  As digital platforms influence large portions of socialContinue reading “Digital Rights”

“A little learning is a dangerous thing”

In an essay by Alexander Pope (1709) he famously wrote, “A little learning is a dangerous thing.”  This statement opens an argument that those with inadequate information may only understand the most evident causes, leading them to an unbalanced comprehension.  Naive assessments or perceptions, although lacking knowledge of all the necessary information, might inadvertently accomplish a certainContinue reading ““A little learning is a dangerous thing””