Bullying Online - five safety tips to avoid online
bullying; what to do if someone is bullying you or your child; and
cyberbullying is a serious problem - from Look Both Ways.
for Safe and Responsible Internet Use - this site is
run by the Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use, and
provides a number of helpful resources for educators and parents,
including an educator’s guide to cyber bullying and information on
legislation related to cyber bullying.
- internet safety (Email, Chat, Discussion Boards, Newsgroups) - and
Your Family Computer or Using a Shared Computer. From ELIGHT,
a GLBT youth on-line community (that is not in active
production on the web at this time).
- this online research is maintained by Justin W. Patchin and
Sameer Hinduja of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
They have written numerous articles and given several presentations
across the country on the nature and extent of cyberbullying. This
site includes extensive resources on cyber bullying as well as
research, news and events on the topic.
DELETE CYBER BULLYING!
- Violence Intervention Project
(VIP) believes that all young people have strengths, skills and
potential, and youth who are marginalized in their communities have
great potential for creating social change when they become actively
involved in their community. By building a partnership between
youth and supportive adults in VIP, they are creating safer
communities and schools – the kind where we all want to live, learn
- this non-profit foundation is dedicated to protecting the
online experiences of youth everywhere. i-SAFE incorporates
classroom curriculum with dynamic community outreach to empower
students, teachers, parents, law enforcement, and concerned adults
to make the Internet a safer place.
Outsmarting On-line Predators
- by Christina Kilbourne - on internet safety and cyberbullying.
Prevent Cyberbullying - a website created by
Internet Solutions for Kids, Inc with funding from the
Community Technology Foundation of California as an effort to
provide resources for youth who have questions about or have been
targeted by online harassment.
sticks and stones can't break bones—but
they can hurt even more. What educators can do to curb bullying in
cyberspace. By Cindy Long in the May, 2008 NEA Today.
Teen Safety on the Internet
- from Lambda GLBT Community Services.