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Maggie Verster

2011 State of Cyberethics, Cybersafety and Cybersecurity Curriculum in the U.S. Survey - 26 views

    A study released today from the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), sponsored by Microsoft Corp., finds that schools are ill-prepared to teach students the basics of online safety, security and ethics - skills that are necessary in today's digital times.
Roland Gesthuizen

How Tech Savvy Are Today's Dads? [INFOGRAPHIC] - 0 views

    "The blogging, Facebook updating, digitally hip mom has become a domestic trope these days. But what about dads? Statistics show they're catching on too. In fact, in some ways dads may even be more social media savvy than their female parenting counterparts .. "
Roland Gesthuizen

Social Media Safety - Don't Compromise Your Home to Criminals | Credit Sesame Blog - 0 views

    Does your social media activity affect your home's security and safety? The answer might be "Yes,"  ... For more details on the role of social media in your home's security and how to protect yourself, see our infographic.
Neil O'Sullivan

- iKeepSafe - 0 views

    Excellent site with lots of internet safety and digital literacy resources.
Mitch Weisburgh

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » 16 of the Best Internet Safety Sites for Kids - 0 views

    descriptions and links to 16 internet safety sites
Dennis OConnor

CyberSmart! - 0 views

  • Two free resources support daily teaching. The free CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively. The free CyberSmart! Educator Toolbar puts 21st century skills into practice every day, with just-in-time 24/7 access to annotated essential resources to support student learning.
    Free k-12 Curriculum featuring Information Fluency/literacy issues. Professinally prepared, available by grade level in pdf format.
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