In late August I’m slated to teach a series of classes on Internet Safety at the Campus Education Week program at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Education Week is sponsored by the Church Educational System of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and it draws tens of thousands of people every August to the BYU campus. It’s a very cool event, and I’m excited to be able to teach about something that I think is absolutely critical to parents and children everywhere.
While I’m prepping for those presentations, I’m wading through a considerable amount of material. I’m limited in the amount of handouts I’m permitted to distribute in the classes, so I’m beginning to put reviews of materials, books, DVDs, or other resources here on the blog under the category “Internet Safety.” That doesn’t mean I won’t toss in other things of interest as they come up, but I’m hoping to build a sizeable repository of information on the subject. Hope it provides some value.
At some point I will probably organize the material into a wiki when I have a bit more critical mass. That may make things a bit more accessible and structured.