Editorial - Libraries and Digital Citizenship

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Libraries, Digital Citizenship

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Every day, we see individuals actively consume and disseminate information, as well as express their personal, social and political standpoints in various online conversations and platforms. As the use of Internet and social media is directly linked to civic engagement and political participation, Skoric et al. (2016) maintain that knowledge, discussion, and interest generate civic engagement, which in turn increases political participation such as voting. As digital citizens, they have the responsibility to properly, and ethically use technologies and spaces for their own good—and also for the public good.

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2022-09-28

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Buenrostro, I. S., & Cabbab, J. F. A. (2022). Editorial - Libraries and Digital Citizenship. Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies, 42(1), 1–2. Retrieved from https://phjlis.org/index.php/phjlis/article/view/116

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