Digital Safety and Computer Security
CIPA – Media Literacy and Digital Safety
This course examines how students are exposed to media through digital technology, the impact this exposure has on them, and how to incorporate media literacy in the classroom. The course also explains risks that accompany internet activities and shares practical ways for educators to teach students positive behaviors and avoid these risks.
CIPA – Media Literacy and Digital Safety for Students
This course delivers eRate compliant media literacy and digital safety training for teachers to show students in four grade-appropriate modules: K-2; 3-5, 6-8; and 9-12.
This course defines measures employees can take to ensure the security of computer systems, respond to potential security violations, recognize essential and sensitive data and its associated protections, and identify authorized computer uses.
Email Safety: Phishing, Malware and Ransomware Awareness
This course defines email phishing, malware and ransomware and the dangers associated with each; helping employees identify and recognize phishing attempts and attacks; and avoid falling victim to phishing and other malicious attacks.
Online Safety: Sexting, Cyberbullying, Predators and Explicit Content
This course provides information for educators about the dangers children face while using technology.
Protecting Student Data
This course details how data breaches occur, explains how to avoid data breaches, and describes what education records are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
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