Guiding Students through Digital Citizenship

Wednesday, 10/16/2019
  • 1:00 PM (Eastern)
  • 12:00 PM (Central)
  • 11:00 AM (Mountain)
  • 10:00 AM (Pacific)

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As academic librarians, we help build our students into digital citizens. They need the tools and resources to be savvy tech users and to become information literate. We need to make sure that our students understand the permanence of their digital actions. This 90-minute webinar explores how you can collaborate with students to expand their digital citizenship skills within your campus community through academic departments, technology offices, and student engagement initiatives. In this session, you’ll learn research-based best practices that you can implement using the framework of the hero’s journey without creating an additional burden on faculty, staff, and students.


Learning Outcomes

By participating in this webinar, you will learn how to

  • Explain and examine an expanded understanding of “digital citizenship” within the context of college/university life.
  • Identify areas where increased awareness and practice is needed within the college/university community
  • Create authentic training for increasing digital citizenship within the college/university community

Who Should Attend

College and University Librarians, Faculty, and Staff


Casey Davis

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Casey Davis is currently an Instructional Designer (IT) for Arizona State University's Technology Office. Mr. Davis has worked as contract writer for STEMscopes of Rice University as well as a freelance writer for SAGE Publications, ABC-Clio, and OnLine Learners, Inc. Mr. Davis's research interests include American History, Civics, Religion, Science, Instructional Design, and Educational Technology.



  • LITA Member: $45
  • Non-Member: $105
  • Group: $196

Zoom login info will be sent to registrants just prior to the start date.

How to Register

Register Online  page arranged by session date (login required)


Mail or fax form to ALA Registration

OR call 1-800-545-2433 and press 5

OR email

Tech Requirements

Live, synchronous lectures will require attendee participation via internet audio. Attendees will need a wired, high-speed internet connection, and a headset or speakers.  It is recommended that attendees use headsets connected to their computers (VOIP) during a Zoom session. All attendees are muted and should use the built in chat function to communicate with presenters.  The use of computer speakers with a mic is not recommended, as it may cause echo. The recommended browser is Mozilla Foxfire although other browsers should work for attending.


For questions about registration, contact ALA Registration:  call 1-800-545-2433 and press 5 or email

For all other questions or comments related to the course, contact LITA at (312) 280-4268 or Chrishelle Thomas,