Updated: May 27, 2020
Last week I was able to cross something off of my bucket list – I am officially a published author!
ISTE released my new book “Digital Citizenship in Action: Empowering Students to Engage in Online Communities” just in time for the 2017 Digital Citizenship Week.
So far, people have had great things to say about the book:
“This book is one of the most thorough and user-friendly digital citizenship guides I have read in quite some time, and I would recommend it for educators at various places along the digital citizenship continuum. Whether novice in your experiences or taking it to the next level of reflection and refinement, Digital Citizenship in Action will be a value add” (Kulas, Getting Smart)
“The book invites us to explore the many ways that we can create involved and proactive digital citizens who are advocates for social justice and equity. Mattson’s clear examples and informal tone urge readers to learn alongside their students about how to best engage in digital communities” (Watson, EdScoop)
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