All of the following sites provide information on internet use and digital citizenship.
This site has videos and games for parents and students and covers topics like appropriate internet use, internet safety, fraud, cell phone use and lots more.
Provides tips for both parents and children. There are lots of resources that can be downloaded in text or video format.
This is a great site that provides resources for parents, teachers, and kids. There are videos and even books you can get from this site. The books are stories that you can read to your children to teach them about online safety and the videos are made for kids as well that are fun to watch and provide a learning experience.
This site strengthens the understanding of what "Digital Citizenship" is and provides resources on the responsible use of technology. It provides lots of resources on the topic of Social Networking.
Provides definitions and examples of what cyberbullying is as well as steps to take when cyberbullying occurs. Also shares reasons as to why cyberbullying occurs.
Another site that has wonderful resources for parents and kids. The kids part of this site presents information in a fun way and uses lots of cartoons to capture kids' attention.
Stay Safe Online: Resource to educate and empower a digital society to use the Internet safely and securely at home, work, and school, protecting the technology individuals’ use, the networks they connect to, and our shared digital assets. This web resource has a comprehensive In the Classroom component providing lesson plans and resources.
A project of the Internet Education Foundation, GetNetWise coalition provides Internet users the resources to make informed decisions about use of the Internet for families. Video tutorials include How to set Parental Controls, Filtering and much more. Other resources include safe Kids web sites, Safety Online, Safety by Age, Privacy Tips and how to report problems.
The Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use has developed a K-12 Scope and Sequence for teaching cyber safety skills and safe/responsible Internet use. Many grade level appropriate materials as well as professional and parental resources.
WiredSafety provides help, information and education to Internet and mobile device users of all ages. Current news, resources and videos are available. This resource is being updated daily. An interactive Stop Cyber Bullying game is available:http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.html