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Teaching Digital Literacy to Children

MOBICIPNEWS on February 10, 2012

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We agree with Glen Warren, vice president of governmental relations for the California School Library Association:  "Kids today are digital natives because they have grown up with it, but they are not digitally literate”.

Thank you Carrie Dilluvio for sharing Warren's discussion with a PTA group where he offered tips and resources for teaching digital literacy to children.

We are also happy to be listed as a safety tool, Dilluvio mentions in the article: "Another resource Warren recommended was Mobicip, an application that can be used to block inappropriate websites from a child’s mobile device."

Go to Patch.com to read the article "Monitoring the Other Parent: the Media." 

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