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AI is now accessible to everyone, including our young people. Kathy Mills and Christian Moro share their tips for parents here.
Supporting young people in the digital age can be overwhelming. To assist families, the Alannah and Madeline Foundation created an online safety hub – DigiTalk – with resources to help navigate the digital world.
Safer Internet Day is a global event dedicated to creating a safer online world for everyone. Tuesday, 7 February 2023, marks the 20th Safer Internet Day.
Learn how to support your children to have safe online experiences in a free live webinar from the eSafety Commissioner.
Learn how games, apps and social media can influence mental wellbeing, in a free live webinar from the eSafety Commissioner to help children stay safer online.
How we can make our neighbourhoods kid-friendly once again, talking to teenagers about money, and should you post your kids' lives online?
Why we should encourage sensitivity in boys, how chores might improve kids' brain function, and the new parental controls from Instagram.
We can help young people to live well online through character education, writes Tom Harrison.
Safer Internet Day is 8 February 2022, aimed at raising online safety awareness at home, school, work and in the community. Here are some simple tips for online safety from the eSafety Commissioner.