Resources and tips from experts and trusted organizations to help support students in using technology safely, responsibly and positively.


As an educator, you play an important role in helping students gain the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in the digital world. At Meta, we understand there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach. We’ve compiled free digital literacy resources to help you guide your students in becoming competent and responsible digital citizens. Additionally, we connect you to information and expert-backed resources on topics such as bullying, suicide prevention and nonconsensual image sharing developed specifically for educators.

Digital citizenship and well-being pillars

To help your students learn core digital citizenship and well-being skills, we’ve created ready-to-use lessons, activities, videos and resources for each of our five content pillars:

  • Digital foundations: Using basic skills to protect personal information and data
  • Digital wellness: Promoting health, wellbeing and resiliency when using technology
  • Digital engagement: Evaluating media sources and building safe, inclusive communities
  • Digital empowerment: Using the power of technology and social media to create positive change
  • Digital opportunities: Developing a digital skill set to prepare for future careers in technology

Make use of the Get Digital resources.

Get Digital is Meta’s core digital citizenship and well-being program. It contains lesson plans for each of our five pillars. There are also resources for students and parents that you can share for at-home learning.

Access My Digital World resources.

These accessible learning modules were designed for educators in the sub-Saharan Africa and MENA (Middle East and North Africa) regions. The program can be delivered as either a full curriculum or standalone lessons, in both high-tech and low-tech environments.

Visit We Think Digital resources.

This program highlights the importance of critical thinking, empathy and respectful digital discourse. Academics, NGOs, experts and civil society organizations across the APAC (Asia-Pacific) region helped Meta create localized resources. Topics include privacy, safety, security and leaving a positive digital footprint.

Explore Soy Digital resources.

Soy Digital promotes digital citizenship across Latin America and the Caribbean. The program provides materials codesigned with local partners and adapted to specific needs of learners in this region. Resources are self-paced and can be used in a plug-and-play fashion.

Share resources with parents.

If parents seek your guidance on how they can support their child's online safety, consider sharing our Family Center education hub. It contains expert-backed advice for online safety, media literacy and digital wellness topics.

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