Cybersafety Public Service Announcement developed and delivered by the Teachers of Holy Spirit School. Created at a workshop conducted by Ms. Theresa Hrubash, Internet Safety Teacher and Dr. Laura Zieger, Associate Professor of Educational Technology.
Make a Difference for Kids http://www.makeadifferenceforkids.org/ Make a Difference for Kids, Inc. is non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization promoting awareness and prevention of cyberbullying and suicide through education.
Facebook for Parents http://facebookforparents.org/ To help kids reach their potential, parents today must know about Facebook. That’s the purpose of this site and related materials.
Stop cyberbullying http://www.stopcyberbullying.org Resources to spread the news on online safety, privacy and security.Parry Aftab is one of the leading experts, worldwide, on cybercrime, internet privacy and cyber-abuse issues.
ConnectSafely. www.connectsafely.org/safety-tips-and-advice.html. ConnectSafely.org contains safety tips and advice for parents and teens on topics such as cyberbullying, sexting, safe passwords, cell phone safety, chat room safety, social networking safety, and more.
Cyberbully.org. http://cyberbully.org/cyberbully/docs/cbstudentguide.pdf. Cyberbully.org provides information regarding cyberbullying including the types of cyberbullying, prevention techniques, actions to take if cyberbullied, and ways to help a friend who is victimized by cyberbullying.
Cybersmart.org. www.cybersmart.org. CyberSmart contains free K-12 cyber safety curriculum and free online workshops for topics such as (1) safety and security online; (2) manners, cyberbullying, and ethics; (3) authentic learning and creativity; (4) research and information fluency; and (5) 21stCentury challenges.
Cybertipline.com. http://tcs.cybertipline.com/knowthedangers8.htm This Web page, titled Think Before You Post, at the Cyber Tipline provides information about the dangers with using communication mediums such as chat rooms, instant messaging, e-mail, and social networking sites.
FamilyGuideBook.com. www.familyguidebook.com. The Family Guide Book is a cyber safety resource for parents, kids, teens, teachers, and librarians.
I-Safe America, Inc.www.isafe.org. I-Safe America is the leader in Internet Safety for educators, children, parents, and law enforcement.
LearntheNet. www.learnthenet.com. LearntheNet contains a wealth of information for students, parents, and educators regarding the Internet and the World Wide Web.
NetSmartz. www.netsmartz.org. NetSmartz contains cyber safety information for parents, educators (curriculum activities and videos), teens, kids, and law enforcement.
OnGuardOnline. www.onguardonline.gov. OnGuard Online contains information regarding cyber security, and also includes cyber safety games and online safety videos.
SafeKids. www.safekids.com. SafeKids contains information about a variety of cyber safety topics including cyberbullying, personal safety, as well as a YouTube video on Facebook privacy settings.
ThinkuKnow for Parents. www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents. ThinkuKnow for Parents contains frequently asked questions and answers on topics such as the cyber predator grooming process, mobile phones, online gaming, social networking, and chatting through instant messaging and chat rooms.
Parry Aftab's site contains information about a variety of cyber safety topics such as cyberbullying, cyber crime and cyber law, Internet predators, e-mail safety, chatting online, online gaming safety, downloading music safely, identity theft, how to handle sexting, social networking safety, and much more. WiredSafety also contains links for parents, educators, law enforcement, and kids, tweens, and teens. The following WiredSafety Web page is specifically geared for parenting online: http://www.wiredsafety.org/parent.html.