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Useful materials inside of the library
We Want You to Know by
Call Number: 302.3 ELL
Publication Date: 2010-09-01
Candid stories about real students who were bullied or who were the bully. From Chelsea, who had classmates who dedicated a website to insulting and threatening her. To Serena, whose best friend started posting negative stuff about her on Facebook. Each interview ends with "What do you think questions?" to further the discussion about what has happened to these students and why.
Teen Cyberbullying Investigated by
Call Number: 345.73 JAC
Publication Date: 2010-01-15
Judge Tom Jacobs dissects the law and cyberbulling in sixteen seminal cases. Each chapters gives background information about the case then has a "How would you decide this case?" section. This is followed by a discussion of the ultimate outcome of the case and how it impacts the reader today. Chapters end with related cases and a further reading section. This is a must read for anyone who uses a computer.
Connected! for students 3-pack [videorecording] by
Call Number: DVD 004.67 CON
Publication Date: 2010
Included are three programs: Digital Citizenship, Cyberbullying, and Online Safety. Good interviews with police officers , teens and school administrators. All three DVD's are in the form of a real problem that a school and the students faced. Then the teens talk about what they did to address the problem. Solid, realistic advice for the problems of living online today.