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What is E-safety and why is it needed?
Internet safety for adults - advice from Washingto...
Internet safety for adults - advice from Washington State Office of the Attorney General
Internet safety for adults
link to open resource.
◄ Digizen.org - Digital Citizenship from ChildNet, working in partenrship with the UK government and other organisations
What is social networking? What are the issues?
Digizen.orgs advice on using social networks with young people
'Bebo Safety' online guide to help young people, parents and educators be safe and positive about using Bebo, a social networking site
Webwise teacher's handbook
Child Protection advice (in brief)
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) website
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) advice to parents
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) 'Clare thought she knew' video
'Think you know' website - information and resources for young people, parents and educators
'NetSmartz' website - information and resources for young people, parents and educators
'Kidsmart' website - information and resources for young people, parents and educators
Why E-safety? A presentation explaining what it is all about .
E-safety information and advice from Becta
Developing a strategic approach to E-safety - 'Safeguarding children in a digital world' from Becta
'Safer children in a digital world' - the report of the Byron Review
Digital Parenting - a Parent's Guide
eSafety in Wales - from NGfL Cymru
WISE KIDS - raising awareness of and promoting the safe use of internet and mobile technologies
Digizen.org - Digital Citizenship from ChildNet, working in partenrship with the UK government and other organisations
Computer health & safety - what the law says
WiFi - health and safety concerns?
Working with computers - advice for teachers from the NUT
Working with display screens/monitors - advice from the Health & Safety Executive
Advice on the use of interactive whiteboards from the Health & Safety Executive
What is it? Why does it matter? What can be done?
What is Spyware/Adware? What can be done about it?
Phishing - definitions and solutions
Phishing advice from the banking industry's website
Identity theft definitions and precautions
Identity Theft website from the Home Office
Bank Safe Online
Get Safe Online
Not Safe for Work
Organisational response to E-safety issues - a presentation from RSC East Midlands
Organisation planning for E-safety advice from RSC East Midlands
Key questions to help identify E-safety hazards - from RSC East Midlands
Implementing an Acceptable Use Policy - a case study
Example Acceptable Use Policy (1)
Example Acceptable Use Policy (2)
Sample lesson plan from Kidsmart
Computer health & safety - what the law says ►