Digital Citizenship Poster Now Available in 6 Languages

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June 4th, 2012
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Last month we posted a free digital citizenship poster for our educator community to download. The response we received after posting it was incredible – more than 20,000 downloads in the first week!

After publishing the post, many international educators requested a version of the poster in their native language and today we’re please to announce that it’s now available in Dutch, French, German, Greek and Spanish. In addition to these new languages, we also created a black and white version for those looking for a more “printer-friendly” version.

A big thanks to the Edmodo translator group for helping us with this project.

UPDATE: We’ve now added Portugese to the list!

English
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

Dutch
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

French 
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

German
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

Greek
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

Portugese
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

Spanish
8.5 x 11 black & white
8.5 x 11 color
11 x 17 black & white
11 x 17 color

 


28 Responses to “Digital Citizenship Poster Now Available in 6 Languages”

  1. Zsofia says:

    Hi,

    Great! The French version has several mistakes though. Could you have it proofread and corrected?Thank you.

  2. Any chance of getting a Haitian Creole version? This would be the primary language for many of the students at our school here in south Florida.

    • luciagia says:

      Hi Michael – There is a group of volunteers who did the translations. If you are anyone you know would like to translate it, we can certainly provide the template!

  3. Rodrigo says:

    Hello,
    I would like to translate the poster for portuguese. Can you provide the template for that, please?
    Thank you,
    Rodrigo.

  4. Andrés says:

    Hi,Fantastic!!!! The Spanish version is perfect (10/10).
    Great job of “Edmodo Dream Team”.right? Thanks Lucía

  5. Andrea says:

    I would like to have the template to adapt the Spanish version to Argentinian. Is that possible?
    Thank you

  6. Angela Infante says:

    The 11×17 English black and white is actually has the colored background still.

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  8. Pavlos says:

    Very nice! And its also in greek! Thanks

  9. J Fischbach says:

    Very nice–and I’m amazed at all of the options available.

  10. Jackie says:

    Great idea! It provides content and context for language learners.

  11. gurleen gill says:

    nice one!! :)

  12. Liz says:

    If this could be made available in Vietnamese, that would be awesome

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  14. Chris says:

    Is anyone else having difficulty printing either the 8 1/2 x 11 or 11 x 14 poster in black and white? If not, what’s your secret?

  15. Pamela says:

    Could you add a poster in Chinese, please? Our students begin taking Chinese in 4th grade! Thanks!

  16. Fatonah says:

    Is it possible for me to have Indonesian posters?

  17. ainhoaeus says:

    Dear Lucia, I would like to translate it to Basque language. Is it possible? I can send you the text to your email lucia [at] edmodo [dot com] to be added to the translation list.

    Thank you in advance, eskerrik asko!

  18. Traci Grogin says:

    I would greatly appreciate a poster in Russian. My students are bilingual, but some parents are not. It would help me to share Edmodo expectations with parents and also foster the home-school connection. Thank you!

  19. Donna Motley says:

    I have great appreciation for all of you who are providing translations!

    I teach high school ESL and have students with 15 to 20 different native languages each year. Many of my newly-arrived level 1 students are also beginners on the computer.

    Most students are quick learners of technology, but they are often too trusting or impulse when using social media and have a hard time grasping the difference between academic and social purposes.

    Thank you for these multilingual posters to teach them about media etiquette and safety.
    Donna

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