Title: NetSmartz Workshop...Keeping Kids Safer on the Internet
Title: CyberSmart ... the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively.
Web Wise Kids
Title: WebWise KIds ... Web Wise Kids is about empowering today's youth to make wise choices online. Through state-of–the-art Internet Safety computer games (based on real-life scenarios) as well as Internet Safety tips for kids, teens and parents, Web Wise Kids creates a safer, friendlier internet experience.
I Keep Kids Safe
Title: I Keep Kids Safe... Give parents, educators, and policymakers the information and tools which empower them to teach children the safe and healthy use of technology and the Internet.
Title: iSafe ... the worldwide leader in Internet safety education. Founded in 1998 and endorsed by the U.S. Congress.
Title: The Berenstain Bears Lost in CyberSpace
This children's book takes the reader on a cyber adventure with the Berenstain Bear crew. The reader learns about some of the things to watch out for on the Internet. Authored by Stan and Jan Berenstain. Random House. New York.
Title:Internet & Computer Ethics for Kids (And Parents and Teachers Who Haven't Got a Clue.)
This book helps children and parents think about some of the ethical issues involved in computer use. Authored by Winn Schwartau, and illustrated by D.L. Busch. Winn Schwartau & Interpact, Inc., Seminole, Florida.
Title:A Parent's Guide to the Internet and How to Protect Your Children in Cyberspace
This book provides parents with the information they need to help keep their children safer online. Safety tips and suggestions for keeping open the lines of communication are provided. Authored by Parry Aftab, Esquire, SC Press, Inc., New York.
Title: PC Magazine ®
This is a guide to technology information including issues related to products, software, and the Internet. To get more information on PC Magazine or order it, go to www.pcmag.com.
Title: The Parents' Guide to the Information Superhighway: Rules and Tools for Families Online
This is a guide for parenting in the age of computers. It provides explanations and safety tips for computer and Internet use. To download a copy of this guide visit the Children's Partnership web site at www.childrenspartnership.org.
Title: Play It Cyber Safe
The goal of this web site is to empower children, parents, and teachers to prevent cybercrime through knowledge of the law, their rights, and how to avoid misuse of the Internet.
Title: The Children's Partnership
This site contains general information on current child-related topics including the use of technology. Some of the information is available in multiple languages.
Title: CyberNetiquette Comix™
In this series of comics, children learn about proper Internet ethics and the importance of keeping private information private. Join classic Disney characters for adventure, fun, and online awareness tips.
CyberSmart! helps educators gain the 21st century skills needed to safely harness the Internet's potential - promoting students' creative inquiry, collaboration, and critical thinking. They offer CyberSmart! Online Workshops, facilitated professional development and 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.
Title: CyberTipline ®
The CyberTipline handles leads from individuals reporting the sexual exploitation of children including child pornography, online enticement of children, child prostitution, child sex tourism, misleading domain names and child sexual molestation (not in the family).
Title: Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
The Federal Trade Commission's security information web site contains online safety resources for consumers and business alike. The site is easy to navigate and features "Dewie the Turtle," a colorful cartoon mascot for the FTC's initiative. The web site also includes numerous consumer education publications in both English and Spanish.
Title: Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces (ICAC)
Through funding from the Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention a national network of 45 Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces has been established to coordinate investigations of computer facilitated crimes against children. In January of 2003 the ICAC Training & Technical Assistance program was established to enhance their effectiveness of the ICAC Task Force program by providing training and technical assistance to federal, state, and local law-enforcement agencies working to reduce the victimization of children by individuals and businesses who seek to exploit them through the use of computer and electronic technology.
Title: Internet Keep Safe Coalition
The Internet Keep Safe Coalitionsm group teaches basic rules of Internet safety to children and parents, reaching them online and in school. Governors and/or first spouses formed this coalition in partnership with a growing list of crime prevention organizations, law-enforcement agencies, foundations, and corporate sponsors. The iKeepSafe.orgsm web site uses an animated icon/mascot named Faux Paw the Techno Catsm to teach children the importance of protecting personal information and avoiding inappropriate places on the Internet.
Title: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
This site provides information on general child safety and Internet safety for children, parents, educators, law enforcement, and the community.
This site contains information for children, parents, teachers, and officials on Internet safety and Internet family resources.
This site provides tips, advice, links, and suggestions to help make your family's online experience fun and productive.
This site contains Internet safety information for children, parents, teachers, and officials. It provides links to child-friendly and other Internet safety sites as well as fun games and activities.