eSmart and Online Safety

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  The eSmart Libraries Framework has been developed from a holistic and evidence-based approach and considers how the library and community can develop smart, safe and responsible digital behaviours.   eSmart Libraries is supported by both the Telstra and Allanah & Madeline Foundations and is currently in more that 75% of all Australian Public Libraries.  Access the eSmart website to receive updated information and learn about upcoming events.

 

                                                                                                                                                                             
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Learn about the digital environment and help your child to have a safe and enjoyable online experience.  Visit iParent for important updates and       news  

 

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Tech Savvy Seniors is a website hosted by Telstra to give older people, particularly those in regional and remote areas the opportunity to develop their online skills and confidence,  important for socialising and accessing important services.   
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  Because fraud, scams and rip-offs are becoming more commonplace, The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety developed WA ScamNet as one method of combatting this ever increasing problem.  Visit WA ScamNet to receive important alterts and learn more.

 

 

 

 Think You Know.png   This program, in partnership between the Australian Federal Police, Microsoft Australia, Datcom and the Commonwealth Bank is a free, evidence based cyber safety program providing information to parents, carers, teachers and students about the technologies young people use and the challenges they may face.  Topics such as social media reputation management, cyberbullying, "sexting", online grooming and identity theft are a few of the topics covered in this website.  The program aims to bridge the knowledge gap between adults and young people so that everyone has an understanding of the roles they play and what they can do if something goes wrong online.  Visit Think U Know to learn more.