|Internet Safety Education (iSafe)
is a non-profit foundation dedicated to protecting the online
experiences of youth everywhere. i-SAFE incorporates classroom
curriculum with dynamic community outreach to empower students,
teachers, parents, law enforcement, and concerned adults to make the
Internet a safer place.
|CyberSmart offers a free K-8 curriculum empowering students to use the Internet responsibly and effectively.
|Keep Your Kids Safe Online
this site to view a large collection of resources for keeping kids safe
online. Learn about cyber bullying, online scams, spyware, safe
surfing, and good email practices.
|Michigan Children's Protection Agency
state of Michigan maintains a secure database of protected email
addresses and other electronic contact points such as; fax numbers,
mobile phone numbers, and instant messenger IDs. It allows Michigan's
parents and schools to register electronic contact points that children
may access. Once an address has been registered, senders of that
messages that advertise/link to prohibited products (tobacco, gambling,
pornography...) are required to remove the address from their mailing
by the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children, Netsmartz
offers teachers, parents, and students real life stories, resources, and
information on Internet safety.
practical tips from the federal government and the technology industry
to help you be on your guard against Internet fraud , secure your
computer, and protect your personal information.
|A Safety Net for the Internet: A Parent's Guide
site, sponsored by the New York City Public Library, provides articles
filled with suggestions for monitoring your child's internet use and
keeping them safe while surfing the net.
|You Are Here
is a virtual mall, where you can play games, design ads, chat with
customers and store owners, and much more. You'll learn how advertising
affests you and you benefit when businesses compete. Learn how important
it is to protect your personal information and how to spot scams. This
virtual mall teaches key concepts that also be applied to the Internet.
|Michigan CSI and OK to Say Online Resources
|The Department of Attorney General has developed customized programs to protect children across the state: OK2SAY - Michigan’s student safety program and the Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative.