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I have a long list of places with good materials on this topic, but came
across this one which I had not seen before and thought was particularly
well done.   Thought I'd pass it on to those collecting such resources.

My Secure Cyberspace
https://www.mysecurecyberspace.com/


Carnegie Mellon University's Information Networking Institute and CyLab
have launched a new Web site, called MySecureCyberspace, aimed at
providing Internet safety guidance. The Web site offers free tools,
articles, and other resources about online safety, including an
extensive encyclopedia of technology terms. A grant from the Verizon
Foundation will provide support for creating and distributing safety
information for students, teachers, and faculty in K-12 schools and
colleges.

I got this from my ISTE Dital Equity List serv with a few more I already had
(listed below)
Lucie


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Subject: [sigde] Is Online Safety creating a problem in dissemination of
great Project Based Learning? Is Internet Blocking a Problem for you?
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We would like to hear from you . We have members of several groups who
have queried , and asked for online resources and discussion. We have a
digital equity
facebook group and other resources to handle this duscussion.
How can we best discuss this important topic?
Please send your concerns, your best practices, your ideas to me at
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compile them on the wiki. Or go to the DE Wiki and post away.

There is also a discussion on the Edutopia web site. Sage Advice
It has already started. Just wanted to give you some choices.
http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-children-online-safety


Internet Blocking

In a recent workshop, many researchers who develop project for student
use complained about not being able to be in touch with students based
on schools blocking the Internet. This was a gathering of groups at the
National Science Foundation's - National Science Board.
This is my response: to share two outstanding resources with teachers ,
students and community
I have been able to work with these two groups in advocacy I have
attended a Wired Safety Event which was wonderful. I will post pictures
of it on my Facebook site. But there are
pictures for you to look at and see the type of project it is.


Bonnie Bracey Sutton, DIgital Equity Chair ISTE
SITE Social Justice and Digital Equity Chair


WiredSafety, the world's largest Internet safety, help and
education resource
http://www.wiredsafety.org/

This is a very comprehensive site which can be of service to the
educational community as well as the students, family and organizations
in a community. You can actually ask for help on a problem on this site.


My Secure Cyberspace
https://www.mysecurecyberspace.com/


Carnegie Mellon University's Information Networking Institute and CyLab
have launched a new Web site, called MySecureCyberspace, aimed at
providing Internet safety guidance. The Web site offers free tools,
articles, and other resources about online safety, including an
extensive encyclopedia of technology terms. A grant from the Verizon
Foundation will provide support for creating and distributing safety
information for students, teachers, and faculty in K-12 schools and
colleges.


"Carnegie Mellon to offer internet safety resources"
eSchool News, February 9, 2010
For further discussion of the problem this article


Organizing a Group?
http://www.teenangels.org

Teenangels are a group of thirteen to eighteen year old volunteers that
have been specially trained in all aspects of online safety, privacy
and security. After completion of the required training, the Teenangels
run unique programs in schools to spread the word about responsible and
safe surfing to other teens and younger kids, parents, and teachers.

They write columns for Web sites and become expert public speakers and
researchers. They work with companies like Disney, Microsoft and AOL
and are trained by law enforcement agencies; their tuition includes
experience in making presentations to groups of students in schools
and/or at community events.

Teenangels have even been to the House of Representatives in Washington
D.C., for the WiredKids Summit, where they presented their research to
a powerful and influential audience.



Note the clickable links on the web site for participation.

Teenangels Scrapbook:
A record of Teenangels activities featuring cool things that they do,
their articles on a broad range of online topics, an exciting gallery
of photographs and a range of tips and tools that they have written
and/or created themselves.

http://www.teenangels.org/scrapbook/index.html







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Lucie deLaBruere
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www.InfiniteThinking.org
Tech Integration Specialist - St. Albans City Schoool

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