Just a few of the mAny available links that can be used in various ways to educate library users. Possibilities include:
As part of Community awareness programmes / displays / pamphlets / qr codes / blogs / community newsletters or as default inclusion when answering e-reference questions etc.
Empowering Communities Children's Safety on the Internet Internet safety tips for using a public computer
Everyday tips for keeping kids safe onlineFAQ's about online safety ; Is your kid asking for an iPhone or Android device? Learn more about cell phone safety.
The Best Parental Control and Porn Blocker Software - Internet Filtering at public libraries • Porn blockers • Control child's computer use ... • Internet Safety tips for your Children.
Top Ten Internet Safety Tips - Ensuring Online Safety For Your Family
Top Ten Internet Safety Tips for providing your family with a fun yet safe internet experience from the netnanny.com
Empowering Communities with research answers
Many public libraries also have virtual reference ... review the Science Buddies Internet Safety Guide with your ... Check out the tips in "Internet Searching."
Internet Safety for Families and Educators
Going into public chat rooms or making your blog available to the general public, ... the public library, ... Six safety tips to avoid or deal with online bullying.
Safe for kids
ipl2: information you can trust A learning/teaching environment and a merge of the collections of resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites
Family Friendly Search Search Yahooligans, AOL Kids, Kids Click & Saluki Search with just one click.
OneKey The kid safe search engine.
AskKids Designed exclusively for young people - ages 6 to 12. It's a free, safe, fun way for kids and their parents to quickly and easily research school topics like science, math, geography, language arts, and history in a search environment that's safer and more age-appropriate than traditional, adult search engines.