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Title: Safety in the CyberVillage: Some Guidelines for Education Professionals


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  • Safety in the CyberVillage Some Guidelines for
    Education Professionals

Dr. Larry L. Burriss, Ph.D. Director, School of
Journalism Middle Tennessee State
University Murfreesboro, TN 37132 lburriss_at_mtsu.
edu http//www.mtsu.edu/lburriss 615-898-2983
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The Expert
  • More than 25 miles from home
  • Uses audio-visuals
  • Has no responsibility to implement the
    suggestions offered

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Its a Beautiful Day . . .
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. . . in the Neighborhood
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Or is it??
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The CyberVillage
  • Internet Basics
  • Your child ended up WHERE??!!
  • Take a walk with your kids
  • Teacher and parent resources
  • Kid-friendly sites
  • Blocking software

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Internet Basics
Everything is linked to everything else
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Your Child Ended Up WHERE??!!
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Take a Walk With Your Kids
  • Group activities
  • Computer placement
  • Sanctions
  • The Hidden Components

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Common-Sense Safety Rules
  • Never give your name, address, phone
    number or school name
  • Never go into a new on-line area that
    will cost extra without
    asking permission
  • Never give out a credit card number on-line
  • Never arrange to met in person with someone
    youve met on-line
  • Always tell your parents or other adult you trust
    if you see something on-line that is scary or you
    dont understand

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Teacher and Parent Resources
  • American Library Association

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Teacher and Parent Resources
  • American Library Association
  • Childrens Partnership

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Teacher and Parent Resources
  • American Library Association
  • Childrens Partnership
  • Education World

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Teacher and Parent Resources
American Library Association Childrens
Partnership Education World Direct Marketing
Association
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Teacher and Parent Resources
  • American Library Association
  • Childrens Partnership
  • Education World
  • Direct Marketing Association
  • U.S. Department of Education

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Teacher and Parent Resources
  • American Library Association
  • Childrens Partnership
  • Education World
  • Direct Marketing Association
  • U.S. Department of Education
  • Yahoo

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Kid-Friendly Sites
  • 700 Great Sites

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Kid-Friendly Sites
  • Fiction Factory

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Kid-Friendly Sites
  • Katharsis

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Kid-Friendly Sites
  • Yahoo

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Blocking Software
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What do you want to block?
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I personally control my childrens Internet
access through stern language
and a slap on the butt if I need to do so. I
have found that to be a far better filter than
anything. Mike Koehn, South Dakota legislator,
1999
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So Whats the Trick?
The key to positive use of the computer is the
quality of adult-child interaction
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A Little Common Sense . . .
. . . Goes A Long Way
Universities
  • CNN
  • Disney
  • State Governments CTW
  • National Geographic AE
  • MSNBC CBS
  • Everything in the Federal Government

PBS
Time Magazine
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  • Safety in the CyberVillage Some Guidelines for
    Education Professionals

Dr. Larry L. Burriss, Ph.D. Director, School of
Journalism Middle Tennessee State
University Murfreesboro, TN 37132 lburriss_at_mtsu.
edu http//www.mtsu.edu/lburriss 615-898-2983
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Tips for Choosing Software
  • What do you want to accomplish?
  • Preview the program
  • How easy is it to use?
  • Is there direct educational value?
  • Does it encourage creative thinking?
  • Cute is not a valid criterion!
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