IGS CyberSafety blog – iCyberSafety.com

Ivanhoe Grammar School has been running a blog on CyberSafety for the last year or so that has developed into a terrific resource on the subject. iCyberSafe.com looks at all sorts of issues relating to CyberSafety and computer use by students and educators. It is regularly updated so that it contains the most current information and can help us to keep up-to-date with issues both online and in the media.

In the most recent post, Renata Rowe has put up some information about sexting and included links to articles in the Sunday Age that many of you would have, no doubt, heard of. The articles relate to the individual cases of the young people who were mentioned in the article on the front page as having been found guilty of child porn offences – interesting reading and well worth a mention to any student who you may feel is behaving inappropriately with their mobile phone. You can go directly to the post here.

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About timthelibrarian

Tim Harwood is a Teacher Librarian and eLearning enthusiast.
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