'Magna Carta: My Digital Rights' published by the British Library
'Magna Carta: My Digital Rights' published by the British Library has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.
From cyberbullying to surveillance and GPS tracking, get to the heart of the debate with this free online teaching resource. You can choose from 15 different topics, supported by videos, articles by leading experts and activists and there are also teachers' notes. The materials can be used to plan exciting lessons about rights and responsibilities online.
This resource has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources. The ACT assessment panel said,
"'Magna Carta: My Digital Rights' is a very useful online source of articles and videos which can help citizenship teachers make important links between the ideas behind Magna Carta and the current debates around digital rights. The teaching materials focus on issues in which pupils are particularly interested. Digital rights and equality of access will also become increasingly important during their lives, and as such make excellent topics of study for citizenship."
The resource is suitable for use with secondary and post-16 students.
You can download the resource from the British Library website.