Project 13

The Project 13 Resources 

You can find information and resources for Project 13 on the eSmart Project 13 website

For more information, please look at the Project 13 announcement and the media release from the launch

 

CybeRSafety in the news 

School could be sued for cyber bullying: experts | 16 August 2013 | The Canberra Times | Michael Inman |

Schools seek parents’ help to fight cyber bullies | 9 August 2013 | The Herald Sun | Kieran Campbell |

Monash police warn students on cyber safety | 1 August 2013 | The Herald Sun | Angus Livingston |

Cyber-safety or cyber-maturity? Teaching ethics in a virtual world | 30 July 2013 | The Conversation | Michael Salter |

 

Helpful Cybersafety resources 

Telstra’s internet & cybersafety website features many useful pdf documents on cybersafety for different age groups.

ThinkUKnow is a safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through schools and organizations across Australia.

Cybersmart is a national cybersafety and cybersecurity education program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to cybersafety.

The Line is a campaign managed by the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) looking at where the line is between appropriate and inappropriate behavior. 

Kids Helpline website has helpful information about cyberbulling. 

Cybersafety: an interactive guide to staying safe on the internet is an engaging interactive website that discusses different types of cyberbullying. 

AFP Cybersafety top ten tips for youth is a useful flyer for a few helpful cybersafety tips.

Smartphone safety guide: general smartphone safety resource on privacy and other parent safety tips. 

 

WHY THE NAME?

Three reasons: the initiative takes its name from the year, 2013, the recommended minimum age for interaction with social media (Facebook), 13, and the launch date Friday 1 March 2013 (1/3/13). 

For any questions or for more information, contact media@alia.org.au.