The federal government has released a new "industry backed" guide to help us get more from and encourage positive use of the Internet. While there is some government-created material, it also pulls together resources from a number of sources. For example, "The Line" is a blog-style resource with contributions from Sydney Boys high School and Money Smart.
The site is based around the themes of positively engaging with the online world, being safe and choosing wisely when engaging with the online world.
Although Lifehacker readers will probably do all those things, we're often called upon by less knowledgeable friends and family and asked to provide advice. There may be times when we're stuck or want to direct others to resources so that they can learn for themselves.
Digital Citizens Guide [Australian Government and ACMA]