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Cybersmart – Empowering Children to beSafe OnlineSuzanne ShipardPrincipal Adviser, Cybersmart
> Australian Government funded program delivered by the ACMA> Key audiences: children and young people, parents,  teachers...
Digital DNA video                    3
The ACMA cybersafety overview and servicesEducate                          Information & advice services              Empo...
How we reach out?>   Face -to face seminars>   Online and interactive learning>   Cybersmart website & blog>   Twitter>   ...
The Cybersmart website                         6
Schools Gateway                  7
Cybersmart Outreach programs  > Internet Safety Awareness    Presentations  > Professional Development    Workshops  > Pre...
Cybersmart Challenge                       9
Young kids             10
Kids       11
Teens        12
Secondary School resources                             13
Tagged – a short film> Tagged is a video resource for  teens dealing with issues of  cyberbullying, sexting and  digital r...
The Cloud – facebook page                            15
The interviewfacebook video                 16
Parents          17
Hard copy resources> for parents, children, libraries and teachers> for differing ages and skill levels> regular updates> ...
Cybersafety help                             > Reporting offensive content to the                               ACMA hotli...
THANK YOUsuzanne.shipard@acma.gov.auwww.cybersmart.gov.au
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Cybersmart – Empowering Children to be Safe Online

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Cybersmart – Empowering Children to be Safe Online

  1. 1. Cybersmart – Empowering Children to beSafe OnlineSuzanne ShipardPrincipal Adviser, Cybersmart
  2. 2. > Australian Government funded program delivered by the ACMA> Key audiences: children and young people, parents, teachers/educators, pre-service teachers and library staff> Our focus— Program development: online and offline resources Outreach: face-to-face information & online training to students, parents and teachers across Australia. 2
  3. 3. Digital DNA video 3
  4. 4. The ACMA cybersafety overview and servicesEducate Information & advice services Empower Research Young Parent resources people Parents Counselling services Educators Professional development Resources for young people programsInform Teaching resources Engage 4
  5. 5. How we reach out?> Face -to face seminars> Online and interactive learning> Cybersmart website & blog> Twitter> Facebook> YouTube> Cyberzine 5
  6. 6. The Cybersmart website 6
  7. 7. Schools Gateway 7
  8. 8. Cybersmart Outreach programs > Internet Safety Awareness Presentations > Professional Development Workshops > Pre-service teacher training > Online learning modules 8
  9. 9. Cybersmart Challenge 9
  10. 10. Young kids 10
  11. 11. Kids 11
  12. 12. Teens 12
  13. 13. Secondary School resources 13
  14. 14. Tagged – a short film> Tagged is a video resource for teens dealing with issues of cyberbullying, sexting and digital reputation. 14
  15. 15. The Cloud – facebook page 15
  16. 16. The interviewfacebook video 16
  17. 17. Parents 17
  18. 18. Hard copy resources> for parents, children, libraries and teachers> for differing ages and skill levels> regular updates> promotes key cybersafety messages> free 18
  19. 19. Cybersafety help > Reporting offensive content to the ACMA hotline www.acma.gov.au> Cybersmart Online Helpline for kids and teens> Cybersmart Help> 1800 880 176 cybersmart@acma.gov.au 19
  20. 20. THANK YOUsuzanne.shipard@acma.gov.auwww.cybersmart.gov.au

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