Teach children to be smart, safe and responsible online with the eSmart Digital Licence
The eSmart Digital Licence is one of the most comprehensive online cyber safety resources available. It teaches school aged children critical digital skills and promotes discussion about online safety between young people and their parents, carers and teachers.
Created by cyber safety experts, teachers and psychologists, this is a must have resource to keep your children safe online.
Now tailored to suit both Primary and Secondary aged students.
Secondary Content now addresses the problematic issues of risky behaviours online, messaging & location based apps, technology addiction, obsession & compulsion, relationships and reputation and digital footprint.
Primary Content now includes the importance of digital reputation, in app purchasing and traps & screen time implications.
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The Digital Licence was ‘Highly Commended’ in the 2015 Australia & New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA) for Security and Safety and Certified by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
Give children the confidence to be smart, safe and responsible online.
Students love the Digital Licence
There are over 200,000 students signed up to become smart, safe and responsible online.
Online safety education in Australia has reached a new era.
The Digital Licence is an interactive resource that challenges young people to examine their interactions online and to think more critically.
Referencing current trends and applications, the resource helps students and educators on their path toward informed digital citizenship.
The Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner recommends the eSmart Digital Licence as part of essential e-safety skill and knowledge development.
Julie Inman-Grant, Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner
I honestly can say that one of the most impressive programs my daughter’s primary school participated in was the e-smart Digital Licence.
I am proud and relieved as a parent that it prepared her to be a thoughtful and safe user of technology. I have recognised this, especially in hindsight, upon my daughter finishing primary school and entering high school.
It has enabled her independence to navigate the internet with confidence and the knowledge to make good choices. I am grateful that she had this opportunity.
Tonia, mother of 12 year old