Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
Introduction to Cybersafety
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Slides from my Introduction to Cybersafety presentation at the 2010 Fall CUE Conference.

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  • 6 minute clip discussing cyberpredator statistics and cyberbullying statistics

  • “The publicity about online ‘predators’ who prey on naive children using trickery and violence is largely inaccurate.” - American Psychologist 2008
    56% of Internet-initiated sex crimes were committed by people known by the victim (2005)
    14% of online solicitations are from friends and acquaintances (2008)







  • Online chat is frequently correlated with a poor home environment and engaging in other risky behaviors (2004)



  • “Online bullies use a number of technologies, such as instant-messenger (IM), text and multimedia messaging on a cell phone, e-mail, social network sites, and other websites.” - Teens and Social Media 2007
  • Jump In Jump Out YouTube Video
  • 6 minute clip introducing social networking
  • Mention WoW, impersonating by logging into someone else’s account
    Show first 2 minutes of 4 minute clip
  • Discuss newspapers, YouTube, other places that flaming occurs regularly
  • Harassing - YouTube video and comments of kids picking on another kid
    Denigrating - YouTube videos taken by camera phone of teachers
  • 2 minute news story of fake MySpace profile
  • 2 minute clip of Top 5 ways kids risk their identity online



  • 67% of teenagers report that offline bullying occurs more than online bullying (2006)
    “54% of grade 7 students were victims of traditional bullying and less than half that number (25%) were victims of cyberbullying.” - Computers in Human Behavior 2007






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