eSmart Schools

eSmart Schools is an online behaviour change system which delivers tools and resources to help schools improve cybersafety and wellbeing.

Since its launch in June 2011, we have seen eSmart making a real difference in schools across all sectors and year levels, equipping them with the resources and knowledge to effectively create a school culture that embraces the positives of the ever-changing cyber-world.

eSmart is now in over 2,000 schools across Australia.

eSmart Libraries

eSmart Libraries is an online behaviour change system which delivers tools and resources to help libraries improve cybersafety and wellbeing. 

Launched in August 2012 by the former Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Julia Gillard MP, the $8 million, multi-year partnership with the Telstra Foundation is delivering eSmart Libraries in collaboration with Australia's library network to all of Australia's 1,500 public libraries.

eSmart Libraries now in a third of all public libraries in Australia. 

Top tips for being eSmart
  • 11.12.14 Announcing our first regional eSmart status library in Australia

    We are very excited to announce that Campaspe Regional Library Service has become our first regional eSmart status library.

    More Information: Click here to read more

  • 4.12.14 - eSmart Schools event at The King's School

    At the end of November the eSmart Schools team met with around 90 teachers from schools across New South Wales (both eSmart and unregistered), to discuss the best ways to keep children safe online. Teachers heard from one of Australia’s leading experts in the area of cybersafety and young people, Susan McLean.

    More Information: Continue reading.

  • 7.11.14 - Latest eSmart Schools newsletter is out

    This edition of Becoming eSmart includes: An invitation to NSW schools to attend a free cybersafety event, the latest 'sexting' app, schools to achieve eSmart status in October, Foundation news and more.

    More Information: Access the November edition here.

  • 6.11.14 - Wrap up: Protecting Youth Online Conference

    The Alannah and Madeline Foundation was proud to be involved in the inaugural Protecting Children and Youth Online Conference at Rydges in Melbourne on 28-29th October.

    More Information: Read more.