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Pathway Group
E-safety Brief for Staff
ICT today is not a novelty but the way we
engage with the world
• Communication via email, chat rooms and message
boards, ...
E-Safety - What are the risks?
• Content -sexual, racist, violent unreliable/bigoted (i.e.
safety of children’s minds)
• C...
Why should you be concerned
about e-safety?
• Practitioners need to know that ICT is safe if
they are to take advantage of...
You should be raising awareness of:
• Internet safety
– keeping personal information secret across all technologies –
emai...
What should organisations be doing?
•Be alert to the possibilities!
•Provide:
- Policies and procedures
- Infrastructure
-...
Stay E-Safe:
• From maltreatment, neglect, violence and
sexual exploitation
• From accidental injury and death
• From cybe...
Need further information:
Talk to Martin Chandler:
martin.chandler@pathwaygroup.co.uk
07807 540 922
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Esafety slides for WorkPlace Learning staff - internet safety resources for teaching staff

  1. 1. Pathway Group E-safety Brief for Staff
  2. 2. ICT today is not a novelty but the way we engage with the world • Communication via email, chat rooms and message boards, IM, SMS, weblogs, social networks, Skype, podcasting…….. • Entertainment – watching films on DVD, downloading music, playing games, taking, storage and retrieval of digital images. • Education – research, word processing, data manipulation, modelling, design, creativity, recording thoughts • Personal management – diary, appointment calendars and address books, alarm clock and personal reminders, finding the best party locations! • For shopping • ………………..all at the same time!
  3. 3. E-Safety - What are the risks? • Content -sexual, racist, violent unreliable/bigoted (i.e. safety of children’s minds) • Commerce - scams, phishing and pharming, bluejacking, downloads which steal information – children’s and parents! • Contact - via interactive technologies – IM, chat, multiplayer games • Culture – bullying, camera phones, blogging, moblogging, social networking….. • The ‘C’ of ICT is the most dangerous i.e. Communication which can lead to Contact • The biggest Internet danger is that we concentrate on the dangers and forget the benefits! • Balance and perspective
  4. 4. Why should you be concerned about e-safety? • Practitioners need to know that ICT is safe if they are to take advantage of its benefits • Staff have a duty of care - both inside and outside • Stay cyber safe • Enjoy IT and achieve • DfES – ‘Harnessing Technology’ – the e- strategy
  5. 5. You should be raising awareness of: • Internet safety – keeping personal information secret across all technologies – email, chat, IM, mobile – bullying across all technologies including camera phones & blogs – people online may not be who they say they are • Internet security – spotting copycats websites and scams – viruses and spam via email – if it looks to good to be true it generally is • Media literacy – evaluating reliability/validity of information – copyright and plagiarism – P2P networks - allow anyone to publish videos and large files to anyone who needs them e.g.BitTorrent,Gnutella, music and porn!
  6. 6. What should organisations be doing? •Be alert to the possibilities! •Provide: - Policies and procedures - Infrastructure - Education for staff, parents, students - Standards and inspection
  7. 7. Stay E-Safe: • From maltreatment, neglect, violence and sexual exploitation • From accidental injury and death • From cyber bullying and discrimination • From crime and anti-social behaviour • Have cyber security and stability
  8. 8. Need further information: Talk to Martin Chandler: martin.chandler@pathwaygroup.co.uk 07807 540 922

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