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  • The 2 videos should run one after the other as a playlist. Consequences” lasts 8 minutes“Everyone knows your name…” lasts 1 minute
  • Facebook: see http://www.facebook.com/help/privacy#!/help/325807937506242/ in Fb, or read article such as http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/tips/how-to-update-your-facebook-privacy-settings1.htm Password setting on phone: Important because otherwise anyone stealing it could access all your contacts, details, email if smartphone. Password Setting may need to be enabled first: see. E.g. http://lifehacker.com/5724683/how-to-secure-your-smartphone
  • Ensure you demonstrate:‘Click CEOP’ and CNWL ‘Get Help’ (in Moodle) on board.
  • NB http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk is a very important and useful site.
  • Cnwl e safety-tutorial_2013

    1. 1. E-Safety TutorialStaying Safe Online February 2013
    2. 2. Aims of Session • Students understand some of the risks and dangers you may come across online • Students understand some of the ways in which you can operate safely online Tony Delahunty, CNWL2 February 2013
    3. 3. Videos • Examples of online behaviour that is risky: – “Consequences” – “Everyone knows your name…” • http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list =PLYSYL_VAZBc8iK7UrCdsvwexyYm uC_wJi Tony Delahunty, CNWL3 February 2013
    4. 4. E-Safety: handout leaflets • Cyberbullying • Facebook & Social Networking • Mobile Phones • Chat rooms and Instant Messaging Tony Delahunty, CNWL4 February 2013
    5. 5. Summary: Risks & Dangers Being E-Safer • Posting revealing/embarrassing • Only „Friend‟ those you know photos • Set Your Privacy Settings • Viruses • Only post photos your mum would • “Weirdos” like • Giving out too much personal info • Stop if you are uncomfortable • Other people lying about who they • Tell an adult/staff: Get Help are. • Contact your phone provider if • Fraud from unsafe shopping sites being hassled by texts • …… • Use passwords/locking • ...... Tony Delahunty, CNWL5 February 2013
    6. 6. Safe or Unsafe: Online Game • Click http://moodle.leedscitycollege.ac.uk/file.php/7611/judge.swf to play Tony Delahunty, CNWL6 February 2013
    7. 7. Summary: (Repeat slide) Risks & Dangers Being E-Safer • Posting revealing/embarrassing • Only „Friend‟ those you know photos • Set Your Privacy Settings • Viruses • Only post photos your mum would • “Weirdos” like • Giving out too much personal info • Stop if you are uncomfortable • Other people lying about who they • Tell an adult/staff: Get Help are. • Contact your phone provider if • Fraud from unsafe shopping sites being hassled by texts • …… • Use passwords/locking • ...... Tony Delahunty, CNWL7 February 2013
    8. 8. Demo/Hands-On Practice • Privacy settings in Facebook – If you don‟t check, others may easily access/view your stuff (as in the video ”Everyone knows your name…”) • Password locking on phone/tablet/computer – If you don‟t set, anyone finding the phone could access all your contacts, details, email. Tony Delahunty, CNWL8 February 2013
    9. 9. Cyberbullying • Online bullying or harassment, using technology like mobiles or the internet • Is wrong and hurtful • Do not join in • Can be dealt with by the College, phone providers, police (as in the video ”Consequences…”) Tony Delahunty, CNWL9 February 2013
    10. 10. Cyberbullying: Reporting It • Any trusted adult • College Safeguarding team (on your ID card) • College „Get Help‟ button (on Moodle) • Click CEOP (to report online abuse) • Phone providers (save or record the evidence) • Police (save or record the evidence) Tony Delahunty, CNWL10 February 2013
    11. 11. E-Safety: Review Checklist • Students can identify 2 or more examples of online behaviour that is risky. • Students can identify 2 or more examples of online behaviour that is safe(r). • Students know how to set/change privacy settings on Facebook (or similar website). • Students know how to set/change a password on a mobile phone • Students can identify cyberbullying, and some ways to respond to it safely/effectively • Students can identify 2 or more places they can report online misbehaviour. Tony Delahunty, CNWL11 February 2013
    12. 12. E-Safety: Find out more • Moodle  Information  Staying Safe Online – Quiz with Prizes on E-Safety Day – YouTube video playlist • Think U Know website: – http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk • Short online qualification in Internet Safety – Check with your Faculties Tony Delahunty, CNWL12 February 2013

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