Healthy online habits

Being a good digital citizen begins with looking after yourself.

  • Be informed – learn about digital footprints and fake news.
  • Be healthy – look after your physical and mental health.
  • Be smart – learn how to be creative with technology.
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Leaving a digital footprint

Your digital footprint is the record of all your interactions online. Once something is posted or shared online, it can be there forever. Understanding your digital footprint helps you choose and control what you leave online for others to find.

Learn how your digital footprint affects you

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Spotting fake news

Tips on how to think critically and what questions to ask yourself before believing what you read online.

Being creative with tech

It can be easy – and fun – to create your own videos. Here are the resources you'll need.

Looking after yourself

Find websites that will help to keep young people safe online.

Collaborating online for school

Tech creates opportunities to work together online. Learn how.

Boosting health with technology

New online tools like sleep trackers and running apps can help build healthy habits.

Conducting research online

Handy hints to help you search smart – and fast.

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