To help you learn more about issues regarding digital responsibility, here are additional sources of information. 

Digital Distraction

Stop Texts Stop Wrecks: Website sponsored by Distraction.gov and the Ad Council provides tips, facts and videos about texting while driving

Distraction.gov: Website on distracted driving including texting and calling while driving

Common Sense Media: Offers information on cyberbullying and tech usage

Pew Internet: Provides research and studies on tech usage

Online Privacy

Cyberbullying Research Center: Blog and resources for educators, parents and teens

StopBullying.gov: Gives information on preventing cyberbullying and how to respond to cyberbullying

USA.gov: Tips on protecting your online privacy and preventing and reporting identity theft

Violence Prevention Project: Tips for how to stay safe from cyber stalking

Environmental and Societal Impact of Technology

Electronics Take Back Coalition: Information on manufacturing electronics responsibly and e-waste recycling

Environmental Protection Agency Green Electronics: Programs on e-waste recycling and making more sustainable electronic products

Green Technology: Non-profit that provides web casts and events

Pew Internet: Provides research on the technology gap between the rich and the poor

Health and Technology

Society for Media Psychology and Technology: A division of the American Psychological Association to focus on the "psychology behind media and technology use and impact" 

Pew Internet: Provides studies on psychological issues and use of technology

Eye Health Center: Symptoms and relief for computer vision syndrome

Computer Neck Pain Solutions: Five exercises to reduce neck pain from computer use