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Part of digital literacy is choosing how to digitally connect to the world responsibly. You may need to find a healthy balance between engaging in the digital world and interacting face-to-face in the tangible world. In academia, you may want to consider how your digital footprint may impact your future career. A responsible digital citizen should identity what information to keep private versus what to share. Finally, practicing self care is important in this high-technology world.
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