We know how much fun it is to communicate with friends online. The Internet allows you to connect with people all over the world, but it can also make you vulnerable to all sorts of risks, including cyberbullying. The good news is that you can protect yourself from cyberbullies - and we've got some ideas to help you stay safe.
Please use the information below to learn more about cyberbullying. If you have a question that is not answered here, please click on the following link or e-mail our Internet Safety Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sharing too much information online can make you vulnerable to cyberbullying. Below, you'll find tips on how to avoid these risks.
The Office of the Attorney General conducted a survey of Illinois students during the Spring of 2014. Click below for more information on the apps and sites the survey shows are trending with Illinois youth, as well as online resources for parents, teachers and guardians.
These days you can be bullied almost anywhere via cell phones, chat rooms, e-mail, instant messages, or Web sites. It can be hard to know if you’re being bullied—and even harder to handle it and know how to make it stop. Click below to check out our list of warning signs.
How should you respond to cyberbullying? We do not recommend that you respond to a cyberbully. Instead, we have a few steps that you can take to ensure that bullies are held responsible.
If you’ve done your homework, you may be ready for some fun! Click the link below for our word find, word scramble & coloring sheets. Good luck!