eSmart aims to increase cybersafety and reduce cyberbulling across Australian communities.
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84% of eSmart coordinators implemented new policies, often with input of students
80% of principals say eSmart has changed school-wide culture and behaviour with regard to cybersafety, technology and bullying
85% of teachers in eSmart schools incorporated new practices about cybersafety into their classroom teaching
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All nine library branches in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) have become safer, smarter and more responsible online after achieving accreditation through our eSmart Framework. Libraries ACT Director Vanessa Little said the framework was important because it enabled staff to support the community in using library services and learning skills…
Almost 600 schools and libraries across Australia took part in our very first National eSmart Week in 2015. During the week schools and libraries were challenged to share their eSmart expertise through fun activities, tackle the issue of cyberbullying and promote digital literacy in their community. We put the call…