Resource - e-Safety Gift Guide
Be smart and secure when choosing tech gifts for children and young people this year.
How to respond to cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is a major concern for parents and teachers. The Department of Education's Anti-bullying site offers advice to parents and teachers on how identify and respond to cyberbullying to keep children and young people safe online.
How to teach digital citizenship
There are lots of resources available for teachers who want to keep up to date with the current issues facing users of digital technology. Below you can find examples of relevant apps, situations and online experiences that you can use when teaching and discussing digital citizenship in your classroom.
What are the benefits of social media?
Social media, when used in a responsible and age-appropriate way, can help children learn, think critically and build the skills they need for the future.
Tips to support safe behaviour online
Staying safe online requires range of skills and attributes from technical knowledge to critical thinking and empathy. These 5 tips introduce some of the key skills for engaging safely online.
Digital access and equity
Internet access is not equally distributed across Australia. It is important to avoid assuming that other people have the same level of digital access as you.
Resource - Games, apps and social networking - Office of the eSafety Commissioner
Learn about the latest apps, how to protect your information and where to get more safety guidance.
What makes a good password?
Keeping your passwords strong and secure is one way to stay safe online. What makes a good password?
Resource - Free tools to help spot fake news
Spot fake news with this collection of free online tools.