eSafey - In the zone

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Lee Bryant, ELearning Training Manager at City of Bristol College.
Presentation to Member's Corner at the JISC/ELESIG Digital Student Symposium, 26 March 2014.

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eSafey - In the zone

  1. 1. Lee Bryant eLearning Training Manager City of Bristol College lee.bryant@cityofbristol.ac.uk 0117 312518 07815542331 City of Bristol College: eSafety – In the Zone
  2. 2. Slideshow TitleWhy? • Previously ad hoc approach – different places where information held • Wanted consistency of approach • EPICT (European Pedagogical ICT Certificate) was mandatory qualification for all staff included eSafety module • We were awarded EPICT eSafety Aware College Certificate • And, minor point…
  3. 3. Slideshow Title We want students and staff to be safe online Donald Clark - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEJ_ATgrnnY
  4. 4. Slideshow TitleeSafety Zone • One stop-shop to information that gives clear guidance on action not sites that do further signpost • Available to all staff and students via Blackboard
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  10. 10. Slideshow TitleOther Areas Covered • Online behaviour and protection your online reputation • Mobile Phones and tablets • Cyber Bullying and Harassment • Protecting Your Personal Data • Fraud • Viruses and Malware • Grooming and Online Relationships • Kids and Age Inappropriate Content • Sexting, Sexy Selfies and Revenge Porn
  11. 11. Slideshow TitleSafer Internet Week • Roadshow ran across 5 sites on 5 separate days • “Tagged” theme including sticker • Involvement of Apprentice Youth Workers • Ask An Expert • Check your online reputation • Video Booth • eSafety Lesson plan • Secure Your Facebook • Just under 1,000 “Top Ten Internet Safety Tips” postcard given out

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