Went to a great session at ACEC 2006 about internet safety resources developed by NetAlert, an Australian Government initiative which describes itself thus:
Practical advice on Internet safety, parental control and filters for the protection of children, students and families.Greg Gebhart presented the paper and scared us with some horrible stories and statistics before soothing our nerves with examples of some of the resources available to educate kids at all levels as well as parents, teachers and librarians. Most impressive was a dramatised story from their youth resource DVD Wise Up To It. These are free to schools and have great potential.
I guess the next thing is to nut out how we can best present these for best effect. What do you think?