Building a cyber safe community during National eSmart Week.
2-8 September 2018.
Held to coincide with National Child Protection Week, National eSmart Week creates awareness, solutions and ideas and encourages the whole community to be smart, safe and responsible when using digital technology. National eSmart Week is an initiative developed by the Alannah & Madeline Foundation in partnership with the Telstra Foundation.
Reading lists for eSmart Week
The library has put together a couple of reading lists – books for parents and books for kids – about cyber safety, bullying and navigating the online world.
Cyber safety books for parents
- Talking back to Facebook : a common sense guide to raising kids in the digital age / James P. Steye
- Online risk to children : impact, protection and prevention / edited by Jon Brown.
- Digital kids : how to balance screen time, and why it matters / Martin L. Kutscher, MD
- The upside of digital devices : how to make your child more screen smart, literate, and emotionally intelligent / Nicole Dreiske.
- Beyond cyber bullying : an essential guide for parenting in the digital age / Michael Carr-Gregg
- Parents and digital technology : how to raise the connected generation / Suzie Hayman and John Coleman
- Protecting children online? : cyberbullying policies of social media companies / Tijana Milosevic
- Tech-savvy parenting : a guide to raising safe children in a digital world / Nikki Bush, Arthur Goldstuck
Books for kids. Children’s cyber safety & bullying books
- The fabulous friend machine / Nick Bland [Ages 4-8]
- Chicken clicking / Jeanne Willis, Tony Ross [Ages 4-6]
- The internet is like a puddle / Shona Innes ; [illustrated by] Írisz Agócs [Ages 6-12]
- The tweeting galah : a collection of interactive short stories about growing up in the digital age / by Kim Maslin [Ages 8-12].
- Bye–bye, bully! [ebook] : A kid’s guide for dealing with bullies / J. S. Jackson. [Ages 4-8]
- Insults aren’t funny : what to do about verbal bullying / by Amanda F. Doering ; illustrations by Simone Shin [Ages 4-8]
- Dot.common sense : how to stay smart and safe online / Ben Hubbard ; illustrated by Beatriz Castro. [Ages 7+]
- Staying safe online / Louie Stowell ; designed & illustrated by Nancy Leschnikoff. [Ages 9+]
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