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Internet Safety/ Digital Literacy Video Clips

The following are a selection of video clips that have been made by Google and other organisations to promote critical thinking skills and safe and responsible use of the Internet.

[John Halligan talks to schools about the death of his son, Ryan Halligan and the effects of Bullying]
[Video Clip from Orange - Digital Dirt]
[Video clip from Childnet - Cyberbullying]
[Facebook Privacy Settings Screencast]
[Video clip from CEOP - Exposed]
[Video clip from Australian Cybersmart Programme]
[Google Video: Staying Safe on YouTube]
[Google Video: Detecting Lies and Staying True]
[Google Video: Steering Clear of Cyber Tricks]
[Google Video: Playing and Staying Safe online]

A video clip showing the father of a young man, Ryan Halligan, who commited suicide after being cyber bullied, as he speaks at a school and tells his son's story. Please see http://www.ryanpatrickhalligan.org/ or to contact his father, John Halligan, send an email to johnhalligan @ inbox.com

Mobile operator Orange have produced a short film entitled Incoming Message, aimed at PSHE/PSD teachers of students aged 11-14. The film follows a group of school children engaged in cyber-bullying by mobile phone from the first text through to the court case, exposing the myth of anonymity and giving advice on who can help. See www.orange.co.uk/education  and http://tinyurl.com/atr66k

A film clip from Childnet International which is available as a DVD resource with lesson plans, to address the issue of Cyberbullying. See Childnet’s Digizen site and DCSF Guidance and Childnet’s Cyberbullying Overview: http://tinyurl.com/ycqvhrg.

A tutorial for Parents on Facebook privacy settings.

'Exposed' is a 10minute film clip produced by CEOP designed for 14 to 18 year olds addressing the subjects of sexting and cyberbullying, issues that teenagers commonly face.

Tagged is a short film for teenagers developed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority's Cybersmart program, to encourage them to discuss the core ethical obligations of going online. It explores issues like the widespread impact of cyberbullying, how internet users can manage their digital reputation and how online interactions may have real-life consequences.

The film is accompanied by flexible lesson plans and compelling hindsight character interviews that use realistic scenarios and activities to encourage teenagers to adopt positive online behaviours that will continue into adulthood. The film, character interviews and lesson plans for Tagged are now online at www.cybersmart.gov.au/tagged


Google Video: Staying Safe on YouTube

Google Video: Detecting Lies and Staying True

Google Video: Steering Clear of Cyber Tricks

Google Video: Playing and Staying Safe online



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