Note: This list is no longer being maintained. There may be broken links and old information. Use with caution.
Keeping kids safe on their Internet journey and encouraging responsible behavior online is a common goal of parents and teachers everywhere. This frequently updated directory provides easy access to hundreds of resources that have been developed worldwide. Among the developers are educational institutions, advocacy organizations, law enforcement agencies, and governments from local to national levels. In response to numerous classroom requests for bilingual information, Spanish resources are also described.
Note: Agencies and organizations providing Net-safety education are listed in alphabetical order. To search for resources in Spanish, use your browser’s Find feature (typically Ctrl F on PCs and command F on Macs,) and type the word “Spanish” in the search box. Click here for a collection of online-safety educational games that have been gathered from this directory.
About the editor: Anne Bubnic has been chronicling and teaching youth Internet safety for the past 15 years, through her work in the broadcast and print media as a children’s software expert and as a K-12 Educator providing leadership and training for teachers and school administrators throughout the State of California and nationwide. She also co-leads a Diigo social bookmarking site in the area of Digital Citizenship, where educators around the world gather to share research, best practices, videos and Web links that can be used to guide our youth in a global environment. Anne has personally cataloged and annotated more than 2,000 items of interest in this area and has combined them into helpful lists on dozens of digital citizenship topics.
To have your agency added to this list, contact: Anne Bubnic, Content Editor.