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Learn to search the internet better.
Boolify is an educational search tool that illustrates the logic of searches and teaches useful search techniques that can be applied to other search engines such as Ask, Google and Yahoo.
This site offers family friendly ratings and reviews on movies, TV, games, music, websites, and books. Includes ratings of potentially offensive content by category.
Cybersmart provides resources for teachers to equip their pupils for life in the digital age. Lesson plans and downloads are available on five key subjects: Safety and Security Online ~ Manners, Cyberbullying, and Ethics ~ Authentic Learning and Creativity ~ Research and Information Fluency ~ Twenty-First Century Challenges.
Created by Google and iKeepSafe, this set of tools for parents and teachers provides the basis for a short course on digital literacy for children. The three workshops consist of: 1.Detecting Lies & Staying True 2.Playing and Staying Safe Online 3.Steering Clear of Cyber Tricks
Digizen is concerned with building safe spaces and communities, understanding how to manage personal information, and about being internet savvy - using your online presence to grow and shape your world in a safe, creative way, and inspiring others to do the same. Includes sections on social networking and cyberbullying.
This is the first website dedicated to helping victims of e-crime and online incidents. E-victims offers free, practical and easy to use advice on e-crime and online incidents. New advice is added daily in response to new threats that emerge.
The goal of this Microsoft DLC (Digital Literacy Curriculum)is to teach and assess basic computer concepts and skills so that people can use computer technology in everyday life. This free online course in five modules features screen shots and simulations from Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system to illustrate and provide hands-on examples for students. The modules are also available separately from Alison
Ever wondered how search engines get their results? Knowing more about how they work can help you to search more effectively. This article from HowStuffWorks is a good introduction.
Useful revision notes on ICT for GCSE students.
Commoncraft are an american company who produce short instructional videos on a wide range of computer and internet related subjects, which explain complex and technical ideas in plain english without any jargon. All their videos plus transcripts can be viewed on this site.
Free Internet tutorial aimed mainly at college students, which helps you to learn to recognize the good, the bad and the ugly on the web for your online research. If you use the web for homework, this could make the difference between an A and an F!
The invisible web is the hidden area of the Internet that is not searched automatically by search engines. This page gives you an introduction on how to find and use it.
Know IT All is an award-winning site from Childnet, with a suite of education resources designed to help educate parents, teachers and young people about safe and positive use of the internet. Currently there are four sections for Parents and Carers, Secondary Schools, Primary Schools and Trainee Teachers and all four resources include content for young people. You can access all these here online for free, or order on CD-ROM.
This section of Oxford Reference Online includes works on computing and the internet as well as a dictionary of weights and measures. Access is possible at any Lancashire Library People's Network PC or from any PC using the barcode from your Lancashire Library card.
Tips and Tricks from ABC Science Online.
Social bookmarking for teachers. Save links and access them from any computer anywhere. Discover links posted by other educators.Share links with students, co-workers, friends, family.
This US website provides family and teacher orientated reviews, links and information about web content which is child friendly, safe and educational.
An online service of the US Educational Technology Clearinghouse, this site aims to provide teachers practical solutions to classroom technology issues, includes useful video tutorials and PDF guides on a range of subjects.
Get the inside information on staying safe while having fun online, with games and useful links. The education programme of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, it has separate areas for Age Groups 5-7, 8-10, 11-16, plus parents and teachers sections.
A whole library of articles from Search Engine Watch providing tips on using search engines better. Don't like 'Boolian logic'?, try Power Searching!
A site which teaches children about different aspects of the Internet including web browsing, safe searching and using the Web for research.
Part of the National Grid of Learning, Wise Kids provides help on internet safety, social networking and cyber-bullying, with separate sections for parents, children and teachers.