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  • noun Plural form of cybercitizen.

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Examples

  • Integration of these technologies will allow for the creation of responsible cybercitizens who can continue these valuable lessons far into the future.

    Stephen Balkam: Cybercitizens of the World Unite

  • With many communities experiencing the opportunities of broadband for the first time, there is an urgent need to put programs in place that encourage safe and responsible online use and which demonstrate the rights that cybercitizens should expect and demand.

    Stephen Balkam: Cybercitizens of the World Unite

  • Trouble began when the Ecuadoran Foreign Ministry put government communiques and local press clippings on the Internet to furnish cybercitizens with its version of the ongoing conflict.

    A Borderless Dispute

  • We discussed the need for an information/digital literacy course that was international in approach, available as a package, and which gave students of this age the necessary tools to become confident cybercitizens and fluent with Web 2.0 tools.

    Home among the gumtrees with friends

  • We discussed the need for an information/digital literacy course that was international in approach, available as a package, and which gave students of this age the necessary tools to become confident cybercitizens and fluent with Web 2.0 tools.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I believe the initiative has come from Andy Carvin in conjunction with a number of concerned cybercitizens and was in response to the disgraceful treatment prominent blogger, Kathy Sierra, has had to put up with recently.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • I believe the initiative has come from Andy Carvin in conjunction with a number of concerned cybercitizens and was in response to the disgraceful treatment prominent blogger, Kathy Sierra, has had to put up with recently.

    March 30: Stop Cyberbullying Day

  • However, along with the use of bulletin boards, blogs and podcasts comes not only the power to communicate in a virtual world for a potential global audience but the responsibility as cybercitizens to do it sensibly.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • However, along with the use of bulletin boards, blogs and podcasts comes not only the power to communicate in a virtual world for a potential global audience but the responsibility as cybercitizens to do it sensibly.

    Having an Online Presence: The Power and the Responsibility

  • Globaloria is an intensive in-school game development curriculum and social networking platform that prepares students ages 13 and older from underserved communities to use technology to become active, socially conscious global cybercitizens.

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