Learn what the “infringing file sharing” changes to the Copyright Act mean for schools.
We can all play our part in online safety and security at home by learning about the different challenges you may find online
A look at school’s responsibilities in collecting, storing and using the private information it gathers.
The widespread adoption of technology and our increasing use of digital platforms means that every New Zealander needs to have digital literacy skills and know how to model responsible behaviours as successful ‘digital citizens’ in real-world contexts. Anyone using the internet should understand how good citizenship values apply online and NetSafe works with educators and…
The Netsafe Kit helps schools to address student online safety and support digital citizenship. Following expert consultation, the fourth version of the Netsafe Kit details seven steps required to produce a safe learning environment with digital citizenship at its core.
Cybersafety has evolved and so has NetSafe. Schools can now access three document templates that help deliver increased individual responsibility and accountability. They are the “Digital Citizenship Policy” and “Responsible Use Agreement” for staff and students as part of the NetSafe Kit for Schools.