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Stand Up to Cyberbullying


Contributed by: OnGuard Online
Link: http://www.onguardonline.gov/media/video-0005-stan...
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This video will teach you how you can help stop cyberbullies by standing up for yourself or someone else.

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Common Sense Media Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum


Contributed by: Common Sense Media
Link: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators
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A nonprofit online education advocacy group developed curriculum to educate kids early about the basics of digital literacy and digital citizenship. The resources currently available are geared for children in grades 6-8 with plans to expand to children in grades K-12 (expected end of 2010).

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A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety


Contributed by: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Link: http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/par...
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FBI's guide to help parents begin to understand the complexities of online child exploitation.

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College Application FAQs for Parents


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Link: http://www.collegeboard.com/parents/apply/college-...
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Answers for parents to frequently asked questions regarding the college application process.

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Internet Safety for Parents


Contributed by: Vermont Council on Rural Development
Link: http://vscmymeeting.adobeconnect.com/p62769674/?la...
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Watch a webinar to learn about steps you can take to keep your kids safer online, including tips for privacy settings, passwords, safer searching, and more.

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Music, Film, TV and the Internet


Contributed by: Childnet
Link: http://www.childnet.com/downloading/
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This guide aims to keep parents, teachers and young people well-informed on how to stay safe and legal when enjoying entertainment on the internet or via a mobile device. This leaflet is free to download.

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Social Web Tips for Parents


Contributed by: ConnectSafely
Link: http://www.connectsafely.org/Safety-Tips/social-we...
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These tips for parents about safety on the social Web are based on the latest research from the Crimes Against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire (with input from our colleagues there)

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Tips to Prevent Sexting


Contributed by: ConnectSafely
Link: http://www.connectsafely.org/Safety-Tips/tips-to-p...
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"Sexting" usually refers to teens sharing nude photos via cellphone, but it's happening on other devices and the Web too. The practice can have serious legal and psychological consequences, so - teens and adults - consider these tips!

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Alaska Internet Circle of Safety


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Link: http://www.akla.org/safety/index.html
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The Alaska Internet Circle of Safety is a resource for adults who would like to teach their children to be responsible online citizens. The project was funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and is a joint effort of the Alaska State Library and the Alaska Library Association.

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Sites for Parents, Caregivers, Teachers & Others


Contributed by: Association for Library Service to Children
Link: http://www.ala.org/gwstemplate.cfm?section=greatwe...
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Links to Web sites specifically geared for parents, caregivers, teachers and others to help them teach children to surf safely and find carefully reviewed educational Web resources.

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Cell Phone Safety Tips


Contributed by: WebWise
Link: http://www.webwisekids.org/pdf/CellPhoneSafetyTips...
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This list is provides parents and teens with cell phone safety tips.

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Ask Dr. Sharon Videos


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/DrSharon/Introduction
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A series of videos featuring Dr. Sharon Cooper, a developmental pediatrician who can help you recognize the challenges and risks of technology and the Internet.

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Internet Safety Basics Video


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/StreamingPresentations/In...
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Your kids know a lot about being online. Start catching up with them today with this streaming presentation. You will learn about what kids are doing online, the risks they may face, and what you can do to keep them safer. 

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NetSmartz Tips--Protecting Children from Online Predators


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/Predators
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Tips for parents on how to help keep children safe from online predators.

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NetSmartz Gaming


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/Gaming
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Tips for parents on how to help children game safely and understand gaming.

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NetSmartz Cyberbullying


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/Cyberbullying
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Tips on how to protect children from cyberbullying and start a discussion with your child on this issue.

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NetSmartz Cell Phone


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/CellPhones
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Tips on cell phone safety.

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NetSmartz Blogging


Contributed by: Netsmartz.org
Link: http://www.netsmartz.org/Blogging
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Tips on how to discuss blogging issues with your child.

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Beginner's Guide to Going Online


Contributed by: The LAMP
Link: http://www.thelampnyc.org/wp-content/uploads/LAMPl...
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In this guide for parents, learn the basics about how you and your family can maintain a healthy relationship with digital media. Tips and ideas are suggested for exploring media together, online ethics, using Internet filter software and what to do if something goes wrong.

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StopBullying.gov for Parents


Contributed by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Link: http://stopbullying.gov/parents/index.html
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Parents can play a key role in preventing and stopping bullying. But first they have to know if their children bully or are bullied by others. Many parents do not discuss bullying with their children, and many children do not raise the topic of bullying with their parents.

Some parents of children who bully may also support such behavior without knowing it. They may use power and aggression to resolve conflicts, or they may fail to keep track of and stop bullying at home. Also, as children get older, bullying often occurs when adults are not around.