16 • Interacting through digital technologies: interacting through digital technologies and understanding appropriate digital communication means for a given context. • Sharing through digital technologies: a) sharing data, information, and digital content with others through appropriate digital technologies b) referencing and attributing appropriately. • Engaging citizenship through digital technologies: a) participating in society using public and private digital services, b) seeking opportunities for self-empowerment and participatory citizenship through appropriate digital technologies. • Collaborating through digital technologies: using digital tools and technologies to collaborate, co-construct and co-create data, resources, and knowledge. • Netiquette: a) being aware of behavioural norms while using digital technologies and interacting digitally, b) adapting communication strategies to the specific audience and being aware of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments. • Managing digital identity: creating and managing one or multiple digital identities, protecting your reputation, dealing with the data you produce through several digital tools, environments, and services. 3. Digital content creation • Developing digital content: creating and editing digital content in different formats, to express yourself through digital means. • Integrating and re-elaborating digital content: modifying, refining, and integrating current information and content into an existing body of knowledge and resources, to create original content and knowledge. • Copyright and licences: understanding how copyright and licence apply to digital information and content. • Programming: planning and developing a sequence of understandable instructions for a computing system to solve a given problem or perform a specific task. 4. Safety • Protecting devices: