e-lerniq series

Digital Citizenship

Employee Seniority Level

The course is appropriate for all employee levels, regardless their seniority in an organisation 


10 Modules
Case Studies
Quizzes and Games
Available 24/7/365




Certificate of Attendance


2 hrs

Language of Delivery


Digital Citizenship 

challenges addressed

Using technology appropriately allows us to connect, collaborate, and share. With more and more of our lives being lived online, our social skills will need to be adapted accordingly. 

There is a decline in in-person meetings, making a digitally-based engagement necessary. 
Having digital citizenship skills means possessing a set of abilities needed to work in the digital world. 

Employees need to be aware of the potential risks of posting personal information online, as well as the importance of maintaining a professional persona.

Additionally, employees should be aware of the impact their online activity can have on their employer's reputation. With good digital citizenship, employees can protect themselves and their employers from potential harm.

What Do Participants Learn in This Online
Digital Citizenship Course?

As a result of participating in this online digital citizenship course, participants will be able to: 

  • Define digital citizenship;
  • Use technology appropriately;
  • Use social networking to create your brand;
  • Protect your reputation online;
  • Practice safe use of technology;
  • Understand digital etiquette.

What Is Going To Be Covered in This Online
Digital Citizenship Course?

  • What is Digital Citizenship (engaging with others, belonging to a community);
  • Being a Good Citizen (build it up, real-world influences, use technology appropriately, the golden rule);
  • Best Practices for Sharing (digital footprints, personal and work lives, stop and think before you post, do not overshare);
  • Networking and Personal Branding (be yourself, social networking, colleagues, blog, guard your reputation);
  • Digital Security and Safety (don’t trust anyone you don’t know, enable 2-step verification processes, public wi-fi, public computers, email and attachments, password rules, back up your files, update your software);
  • Dealing with the Dark Side (see it, report it, bullying and harassment, trolling);
  • Digital Etiquette (respect and tone, speak up, topics to avoid, keep private messages private, educate yourself, information processing, internet boldness, permission to share).