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Cathy Oxley

The CyberSafety Net - Coomera Anglican College - 8 views

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    Digital citizenship themes and resources by year level.
Cathy Oxley

Copyright - LibGuides at Butler University - 17 views

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    This guide is designed to share information on US copyright and fair use in an educational setting.
jenibo

Over-sharing and Location Awareness | Center for Democracy & Technology - 14 views

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    Oversharing and Location Awareness
jenibo

Please Rob Me - 22 views

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    PleaseRobMe.com - raising awareness about over-sharing.
Cathy Oxley

A Pedophile's Dream Come True-YouNow - Educate Empower KidsEducate Empower Kids - 7 views

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    YouNow is a live-streaming video app with no login requirements for viewing, and with 70% of 100 million users/sessions each month listed as under 24 years of age. Big implications here for cyber safety.
Cathy Oxley

▶ Growing Up in a Pornified Culture | Gail Dines | TEDxNavesink - YouTube - 5 views

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    In Dr. Gail Dines' compelling talk, she exposes the effects of porn culture on pop culture and the impact on children and young adults growing up in a pornified culture today, addressing how nonprofit organization Culture Reframed is "solving the public health crisis of the digital age".
Dawne Reed

Scope and Sequence | Common Sense Media - 28 views

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    'You can download a PDF of the Scope & Sequence (en español). Check out these other links: Curriculum Overview (en español) Student Assessment Standards Alignment Charts Order Materials on a Flash Drive Click a topic to highlight the appropriate lessons. Click it again to turn the highlight off. Internet Safety Privacy & Security Relationships & Communication Cyberbullying Digital Footprint & Reputation Self-image & Identity Information Literacy Creative Credit & Copyright .'
Carla Shinn

What Every Librarian Needs to Know About HTTPS - 21 views

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    Librarians have long understood that to provide access to knowledge it is crucial to protect their patrons' privacy. Books can provide information that is deeply unpopular. As a result, local communities and governments sometimes try to ban the most objectionable ones. Librarians rightly see it as their duty to preserve access to books, especially banned ones.
Carla Shinn

Teens, Social Media, and Technology Overview 2015 - 20 views

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    "Aided by the convenience and constant access provided by mobile devices, especially smartphones, 92% of teens report going online daily - including 24% who say they go online "almost constantly," according to a new study from Pew Research Center. "
Cathy Oxley

Online film and television piracy is increasing in Australia | Screenrights - 2 views

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    "29% of Australians aged 18-64 are active pirates"
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