Changing the way we view cybersafety – a discussion

The Topic: Changing the way we view cyber safety – a discussion
When: Tuesday, May 1st, 4-5pm Melbourne, Australia time (gmt+10)
Where: Online webinar. Click on this link to join the session.
About the session: Taking up from past presentations on TechTalk Tuesdays this session Tony Richards (@itmadesimple) will be lead discussions on the growing challenge of cyber smarts, digital footprints, online reputations and how we are dealing with these issues on a personal, professional and school community level. Participants will explore and discuss ideas that have worked and those that have not, looking to share our knowledge and experience, please come prepared to share, argue and challenge.
About the Presenter: Mr Tony Richards has had a long and varied involvement with ICT in education. He has worked across a large range of environments, including time as a primary classroom teacher, technology advisor, network manager and developer, Distance Education Technology project manager, executive officer with ICTEV subject association, new media specialist with the Australian Children’s Television Foundation, Director of Information Technology with Northern Territory DET, blogger, podcaster on the Ed Tech Crew.
Here is the link to the recording (Please note that we had some technical issues with uploading slides, but Tony’s shortened session was just fabulous with so much food for thought.

2 thoughts on “Changing the way we view cybersafety – a discussion

  1. Pingback: Changing the way we view cybersafety – Tech Talk Tuesday in review | On an e-Journey with Generation Y

  2. Anne
    Thank you for this talk, I have just listened in and found it enormously helpful and thought provoking. I do hope you will have Tony Richards back in June or as soon as. What an important topic. I loved that emphasis on not putting our adult value judgements on our students and making them clam up about their real activities online.
    A tech talk all of us need to listen to.

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