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Sunday, June 21 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Kitely Digital Citizenship Museum

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Pre-registration for this tour is required as places are limited. Joining instructions will be emailed to registrants ahead of the scheduled tour time.

Visit the Digital Citizenship Museum in Kitely to see 3D buildings housing elements of digital citizenship including cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, digital archival, virtual reality literacy, and more. The Community Virtual Library brings experts in new media for digital citizenship along with a digital literacy library into Kitely. Meet at the Cookie II Welcome Area and contact Valibrarian Gregg if you have questions.

Tour guide(s)/leader(s): Valerie Hill, Peninsula College, United States

Target audience sector: K-12 education, Career/vocational and technical education, Higher education, Corporate training / enterprise learning, Community health and/or patient education, Informal and/or lifelong learning, all digital citizens (particularly those aged 13+)

Supported devices: Desktop/laptop - Windows, Desktop/laptop - Mac

Platform/environment access: Download from a website and install on a desktop/laptop computer

Official website: https://communityvirtuallibrary.org/digital-citizenship-museum/

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Valerie Hill

Library Director, Community Virtual Library
As a librarian and instructor of library and information science with a background in school librarianship, Dr. Hill researches new media in digital culture. Strong interest in information literacy, human-computer interaction, and emerging technology trends for the metamodern, particularly... Read More →

Sunday June 21, 2020 6:00pm - 7:00pm PDT
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