“Moving Beyond One Size Fits All With Digital Citizenship” by Matt Levinson and Deb Socia
This essay addresses some of the challenges that educators face when trying to address online safety and digital citizenship in the classroom.
“Evaluating Online Safety Programs” by Tobit Emmens and Andy Phippen
This essay talks about the importance of evaluating interventions that are implemented so as to not face dangerous unintended consequences, using work in suicide prevention as a backdrop.
“The Future of Internet Safety Education: Critical Lessons from Four Decades of Youth Drug Abuse Prevention” by Lisa M. Jones
This essay contextualizes contemporary internet safety programs in light of work done in the drug abuse prevention domain to highlight best practices to implementing interventions.
“Online Safety: Why Research is Important” by David Finkelhor, Janis Wolak, and Kimberly J. Mitchell
This essay examines the role that research can and should play in shaping policy.
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