Tuesday Releases

It's day two of National eSmart Week!

Today's theme isSafe Use of Technology
We hope your eSmart Week is off to a great start!


Toolkit Activity:

Run this fun activity in your primary school class to get students thinking about which online activities are safe and which are unsafe. Our thought-provoking activity challenges students to categorise a range of online behaviours, ensuring they know how to keep themselves, and their friends and family, safe online.

Safe Online Behaviours Toolkit Activity

New Activity:

Staying safe online depends on making smart choices and improving your digital literacy.
Using the 'Safe Online Behaviours' activity sheet as a reference, design your own set of ‘I Can - Safe Online Behaviour’ cards to create a display or charade actions.

Digital Release

We’ve updated our cyber safety Top Ten Tips for 2017! Our wonderful friends at PROJECT ROCKIT have put together five tips, which we’ve ‘mashed up’ with five of our own.
PROJECT ROCKIT’s tips focus on specific actions you can take online to protect yourself and others, while the eSmart team’s tips highlight important general attitudes to cyber safety that we should all keep front of mind.


Today is full of bright ideas and features three great educators of Safe Online Use.

Webinar Details:
"3C's of Cyber Safety" 

with eSmart Schools Manager, Judi Fallon
10:00 AM AEST

The Alannah & Madeline Foundation’s 3 C’s of Cyber Safety – Contact, Conduct and Content ensure consistent approaches to keeping safe online.
Targeted at: carers, teachers and librarians who have primary and secondary age children in their charge


"Negotiating Digital Citizenship" 
with author Anthony McCosker
Presented at 4:00 PM AEST

Featuring: Senior Cyber Safety Advisor, Jeremy Blackman and Anthony McCosker (Swinburne), Author of a new book ‘Negotiating Digital Citizenship'.
Suitable for: all


"Office of the eSafety Commissioner"

with Greg Gebhart

Presented at 8:00 PM AEST

Register for this webinar

The role of the Office, resources and strategies to address challenges.

Suitable for: all

No recording available.

Featured Partner


Our digital partners of National eSmart Week include Project Rockit specialising in workshops for youth and young people. Learn more about Project Rockit.

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