Digital Citizenship can be defined as the "responsible use of [digital] technology... to engage with society on any level". In other words, Digital Citizenship is the action-oriented application of media literacy skills. This can include the safe and ethical use of digital technology, educating others about these issues, and advocating for better policies and protections for digital media and devices.
Common Sense Media is celebrating its 10 years of Digital Citizenship Week, which happens October 17-21, 2022. Visit their webpage for information and resources.
The Cyber Citizenship Hub is a one-stop-shop of Open Educational Resources for "PreK-12th grade educators (including teachers, librarians, instructional technologists, and others) who are seeking instructional materials to help students develop resilience to misinformation and disinformation."
The tools and resources here are designed to address the intersection of media literacy, cybersecurity, and civics and citizenship. There are nearly 100 resources that have been curated by experts. Check it out!