Library Media Lessons
Online Safety Resources,
mostly about Google
Common Sense Media - Here you will find ratings, educational, and advocacy information for kids, families, and schools.
Online Safety Basics from Google - Learn what you can do to protect yourself and your family online
Google Product Privacy Guide - How Google products work and how to manage your privacy.
Google Lesson Plans Search Literacy lessons and A Google A Day classroom challenges.
Pics 4 Learning Free images. The best kind of images.
BryteWave Digital Library Collection
Universal Search Overview for Students
Citing Sources with Universal Search and EasyBib
Show Me© Information Literacy- Supports your research with advanced information-evaluation strategies on a full range of source types.
Evaluation During Reading (Purdue OWL) Tips for how to start a writing assignment.
Taking Perspectives on Cyberbullying
Students learn about the dynamics of online cruelty and how it affects all of the people involved.
Taking perspectives Vocabulary PP
Friday Night Lights Video Clip 6:00
Stacey's Story - When Rumors Escalate 2:54
Video: Ricardo's Story Making Fun of Others Online 2:26
These Lessons are Provided by:
Common Sense Media
What is the place of digital media in our lives?
What's the Big Deal About Internet Privacy?
1. Video Lesson: Digital Footprint
1. Hot on Your Trail: Privacy, Your Data, and Who Has Access to It 4:40 Min
2. Privacy & Your Digital Footprint Google Slides
3. Use the Following Websites to Complete the What's Private Handout
4. The Beginner’s Guide to Facebook Advertising
5. Manage your Google activity
Activity 1: To help you explore these topics and try to answer the questions above for yourself or through conversation with your friends and classmates, here are a few short videos for you to watch:
Activity 2: To see whether you have a “digital footprint” established already, try going to Google and searching for your name. You may be surprised by what you find. Your digital footprint will stay with you your entire life, so you want whatever people may find about you online to be positive.
Does it Matter Who Has Your Data?
Does it Matter Who has your Data PowerPoint
Online Targeting and Tracking Animation
Is Snapchat Safe
Dos and Don'ts when using social