Our eSmart Programs are helping communities teach the smart, safe and responsible use of online technology.
eSmart Schools: eSmart Schools is a behaviour-change initiative in over 2, 200 schools across Australia. eSmart Schools provides a framework that guides the introduction of policies, practices and whole-school change processes to support the creation of a cyber safe or eSmart environment. The eSmart Schools Framework is designed to help schools improve cyber safety and reduce cyber bullying and bullying.
eSmart Libraries: The Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Telstra work closely with Australia’s 1,500 libraries to connect local communities with the skills they need for smart, safe and responsible use of technology.
eSmart Digital Licence: The Digital Licence is an online challenge which uses quizzes, videos and games to teach school aged children how to play, learn and socialise online in a smart, safe and responsible way.
Connect (workshops & seminars): Connect has been designed to help you up-skill your community in relation to cyber safety, bullying and the impact violence has on children and young people. These workshops and seminars are not directly related to eSmart, but instead provide a range of information on topics related to cyber safety, bullying and care. Find out more.
eSmart Training: Training is provided for teachers responsible for implementing eSmart within their school.
All nine library branches in the Australian Capital Territory are safer, smarter and more responsible after achieving eSmart status.
Celebrating the one year anniversary of the eSmart Digital Licence, we are pleased to see over 177,000 children have signed up to take the challenge and are well on their way to being smart, safe and responsible online.
National eSmart Week 4-8 September 2017 - Creating cyber safe communities
Tickets are now on sale to the 7th National Centre Against Bullying Conference, to be held on the 28-29 July in Melbourne.
eSmart Schools was launched with the support of the State Government of Victoria.
eSmart Libraries is supported by the Telstra Foundation.
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