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Cyber Street

Cyber Street | technologies |
Cyber Street provides easy tips so that you stay safe online. Learn how to protect your home or business from cyber crime in a fun and interactive way.
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This has been launched by the UK Government to help the public and small businesses stay safe on-line.
Basically it's an animated, interactive high street,which can be explored to learn more about web-security topics.
Clicking characters allows users to watch video clips of their "stories".
For some, the advice provided may be obvious but, as always one size doesn't fit all. This approach does however make important safety information accessible to all.
P.S. save time by clicking the newspaper (bottom-left) for short-cuts to all content.

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Safe Browsing Tool | WOT (Web of Trust)

Safe Browsing Tool | WOT (Web of Trust) | technologies |
WOT is a free website reputation, rating and review tool that helps find trustworthy websites and protects against online scams, untrustworthy links, and unreliable web stores. Free add-on for Firefox, IE, Chrome, Opera and Safari browsers.
John Dalziel's insight:

Web of Trust (WOT) is a website reputation and review service that helps people make informed decisions about whether to trust a website or not. WOT is based on a unique crowdsourcing that collects ratings and reviews from a global community of millions of users who rate and comment on websites based on their personal experiences.

This could include practitioners and/or learners rating online educational resources.

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Just Delete Me | A directory of direct links to delete your account from web services.

Just Delete Me | A directory of direct links to delete your account from web services. | technologies |
A directory of direct links to delete your account from web services. Find out how to delete your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn accounts and more.
John Dalziel's insight:

Many companies use dark pattern techniques (see next curation) to make it difficult to find how to delete accounts. aims to be a directory of urls to enable you to easily delete an account from web services.


The links provided are colour-coded to indicate the difficulty level of account deletion:
- Green - Easy - Simple process
- Yellow - Medium - Some extra steps involved
- Red - Hard - Cannot be fully deleted without contacting customer services
- Black - Impossible - Cannot be deleted


Click the coloured header to go to the appropriate link.


As learners become aware that their eReputation could affect their employability, and more, they may well want to delete some accounts.


As they will discover, by visiting this website, that isn't always possible.

Tina Jameson's curator insight, September 25, 2013 11:08 PM

Sounds like a useful tool to share with students and staff who feel they have 'lost some control' in their online world, and need to 'refresh' their web footprint.

Margaret Kooser's curator insight, October 2, 2013 4:15 PM

I think that this is a really good thing. While everyone knows that even when you delete something, its out there somewhere. So having something that officially deletes a specific page that you created that you lost control of is an amazing thing.

Ricardo Pimenta's curator insight, December 11, 2013 3:39 PM

Um serviço a ser pago... O anonimato se tornou mercadoria

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Help Teens Protect Themselves Online

Help Teens Protect Themselves Online | technologies |
Free download from Microsoft: Linda McCarthys book, Own Your Space: Keep Yourself and Your Stuff Safe Online, helps parents and kids learn to avoid the dangers of the Internet.
John Dalziel's insight:

Own Your Space is a free ebook aiming to educate teens on internet safety.

The Own Your Space ebook goes into great detail about protecting teens and their online spaces.

Avoiding patronizing language or repetitive safety information, Own Your Space is directed towards tech-savvy teens.

Topics covered include...
- how to stay safe on social networking sites,
- keeping private blogs secure, and
- how to deal with cyberbullies.

A great resource for practitioners providing teens with a comprehensive guide to keeping themselves safe online.

Trudy Sweeney's curator insight, September 3, 2013 7:55 PM

A valuable resource related to the 'Applying Social and Ethical Protocols and Practices' - an element of the ICT General Capability in the Australian Curriculum. A current focus with preservice teachers.

Llandrillo Library's curator insight, September 4, 2013 4:14 AM

Written by young people, parents and experts in firewalls, networking and wireless systems, as well as advanced Mac and Firefox users. This is a fresh approach to the topic of esafety, digital citizenship and is for anyone who uses the "Net every day and want to know how to secure their systems, preserve their Net lifestyles, and protect their data"

Tina Jameson's curator insight, September 5, 2013 9:59 PM
Any resource which promotes awareness of the need to be 'cyber space saavy' is worth sharing. I found this link would not open directly on the iPad. Works fine on PC.
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The Teacher's Guides To Technology And Learning - Edudemic

The Teacher's Guides To Technology And Learning - Edudemic | technologies |
We've gone through hundreds of resources to assemble these guides which are meant to help you learn, teach, and share as much as possible.
John Dalziel's insight:

This Edudemic post provides a wide range of guides, including The Teacher’s Guide To...
- Twitter
- Flipped Classrooms
- Copyright And Fair Use
- Google Glass
- Badges In Education
- The Library Of Congress
- Keeping Students Safe Online
- Choosing The Best Digital Content
- Digital Scavenger Hunts
- Pinterest In The Classroom
...and a promise of more coming soon.

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John Dalziel's insight:

Although is a members-only community that aims to help parents give their children a head start in this connected world, it can also provide an excellent resource for Family Learning Practitioners and Initial Teacher Training Practitioners, and more.
An ideal website for those who want their younger learners to stand proud and equipped when they take their first step on the career ladder.
Help them to...
- enjoy creative pursuits
- keep safe from risks that, as adults, we don’t always see or understand.
As practitioners and/or parents we have questions about technology and this Q&A site can assist you to "get the answers"
Find out about all manner of interesting topics from apps and ebooks to social media and websites.

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E-Safety Project (East Midlands Specialist College Group)

E-Safety Project (East Midlands Specialist College Group) | technologies |
E-Safety for young people with learning disabilities.


Help for students, parents, carers and college staff.

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Internet Safety, Security & Advice for Learners, Practitioners & Others | Knowthenet

Internet Safety, Security & Advice for Learners, Practitioners & Others | Knowthenet | technologies |
Knowthenet provides practical advice on online safety and security to help everyone get the most out of the internet. Visit us to find out more.
John Dalziel's insight:

Whatever their experience, learners and/or practitioners can test themself to see if their online know-how is up to date, or browse the Knowledge Centre for the latest guidelines and insights on...
- cybercrime,
- online safety,
- e-commerce and much more.

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It Can Wait

It Can Wait | technologies |
Texting while driving causes over 100,000 crashes a year! Take the pledge to never text and drive at #ITCANWAIT
John Dalziel's insight:

Safeguardiing/eSafety within most learning providers fails to highlight dangers like these...
Pay Attention
While texting-and-walking may present minor bodily threat to large inanimate objects and brisk speed-walkers, texting while driving or operating heavy machinery literally kills.
The potentially deadly practice, thankfully, is beginning to get the attention it deserves.
AT&T, in their “It Can Wait” campaign, has championed the anti-driving-and-texting initiative with videos about the dangers of driving distracted. I hope it works.

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Dark Patterns - User Interfaces Designed to Trick People

Dark Patterns - User Interfaces Designed to Trick People | technologies |
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A Dark Pattern is a type of user interface that appears to have been carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance with their purchase or signing up for recurring bills.

This website raises learner awareness providing an informative slidecast and other resources.

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Netsafe Archives - Planet Nutshell

Netsafe Archives - Planet Nutshell | technologies |
John Dalziel's insight:

Planet Nutshell provides a set of videos, for younger learners, on how to recognize unsafe situations online.
They can also be used with older learners...
WHAT! I hear many say.
Practitioners just need to put the older learners into the role of carer.
What would they do to protect their children, younger brothers & sisters, their friends children and/or brothers and sisters,other younger relations etc.?
By protecting others they are raising their own awareness and, hopefully protecting a wide range of younger learners.

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How to Create in 9 Steps Your Personal Branding Strategy

How to Create in 9 Steps Your Personal Branding Strategy | technologies |
I think personal branding in a transparent environment is important, it sets you apart from the rest and depending on how you brand yourself.
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eReputation is one thing learners are not fully aware of and, as practitioners, it's important we raise their awareness. 

This post provides resources that can be used to improve the eReputation of  our learners.

NOTE: They must not forget the damage friends can cause, especially via SocialMedia.

Natalia Kingue's curator insight, May 13, 2013 4:35 PM

Empecemos por gestionar la marca más importante, nosotros mismos.

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The Open University - Privacy Game

Have learners and/or their practitioners ever thought about what their personal information might be worth?


Privacy refers to how we maintain our personal boundaries by choosing what personal information we share with others.


This game, from The Open University Business School, is designed to highlight how privacy and consent work online.


Players make decisions about which information they reveal, who they reveal it to and why.


For example, you may decide to trade some information for gifts when shopping on a website; or you may decide to keep other information secret when posting on a social networking site.


Playing the game will prompt individuals to think about the data collected about themself, who collects it and why, and what decisions are based on those data.

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aclJohn's Collections (pdfs): Safeguarding/eSafety

aclJohn's Collections (pdfs): Safeguarding/eSafety | technologies |

The first downloadable collection of resources published by John Dalziel (ACLjohn)


Collated for his personal use, John has shared this Safeguarding/eSafety resource under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License


Updated versions will be published every 12 months (or more frequently)

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