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Educational Resources for Teachers and Parents

2007 BSA-Harris Interactive Study Youth and Downloading Behavior Study Fact Sheet

2007 BSA & Harris Interactive Study Youth and Downloading Behavior Statistics and Charts

Fact Sheet: Six Tips on Teaching Children to be Good Cyber Citizens

Fact Sheet: The Cyber Frontier and Children

CyberEthics and Internet Downloads: An Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Children What They Need to Know

Online Shopping Tips

National Cyber Security Alliance Web Site

Education Update Online
Educaton Update is a newspaper that reaches educators of all levels.

The Cyber-Ethics Champion Code
The Cyber Ethics Champion Code is a tool to help parents and educators teach youth respect for copyright law and intellectual property rights.

Cyber-Ethics Champion Certificate
A special Certificate of Recognition is available to reward children who voluntarily agree to be “cyber ethics champions” and follow the Cyber Ethics Champion Code.

Article: Pirates of the 21st Century

Article: Pirates in the Classroom

Five Tips For Raising Children To Be Respectful Cyber Citizens

Anti-Piracy Public Service Announcements
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Safeguarding the Wired Schoolhouse
Safeguarding the Wired Schoolhouse is a leadership initiative of the Consortium for School Networking designed to help school officials understand with the issues involved with promoting online safety in schools. It's newest resource is a toolkit designed to help school leaders educate parents on the need to work together to promote online safety.

Compilation of Cyber-Crime Research Abstracts

CTER White Papers on Technology Issues for Educators
Resources for teachers on current information technology issues produced by the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign as part of an online Master's program.

NetSmartz® is an interactive, educational safety resource from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® and Boys & Girls Clubs of America for children (ages 5-17), parents, guardians, educators, and law enforcement that uses age-appropriate, 3-D activities to teach children how to stay safer on the Internet. The NetSmartz Workshop can be accessed at www.NetSmartz.org and www.NetSmartzKids.org.

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