Port Washington Public Library Materials: Check out what publications the library owns that focus on the importance of Internet safety.
ALA’s Parent Tips: The American Library Association’s Internet toolkit provides valuable advice for parents in dealing with their online children.
Missing and Exploited Children: The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has several guides and brochures with tips for parents and families along with innovative ways to educate children.
Nassau Library System Parent’s Internet Guide: This guide written by Nassau Library System’s includes safe searching websites, tips for parents and a discussions starters that parents can use with their kids.
Common Sense Media: Dedicated to improving the lives of children and their families by providing trustworthy education and information on current digital technologies.
Parents.com: Tips and advice from Parents magazine.
Parents As Internet Partners: Developed to educate parents about the Internet and how to effectively use its resources.
Protecting Children’s Privacy – A Guide for Parents, Carers and Educators
Safekids.com: This website is highly informative and frequently updated to give parents and kids relevant information on online safety.
Surf Swell Island: An Internet safety website created by Disney allows children to take some online quizzes with the help of Mickey and his friends.