Real life stories, quizzes and tips for how to use chat, IM, online games, email and cell phones safely.
Learn more about cyberbullying and why it’s dangerous. Get tips on how to talk to your parents if you’re being cyberbullied, and how you can get help. Read other teens’ experiences with cyberbullying on the chat forum.
Learn about the different types of cyberbullying here. Check out the emoticons in the "Talk the Talk" section to see if you know them all.
The Internet has evolved in so many ways. With the click of a button you can send pictures or videos of yourself around the world. But it's important to remember that there's no going back after you've hit Send. This site lists what you should consider before sharing information online.
Test your cyberbullying knowledge with this quiz.
Lots of tips for safe surfing.
Created by the Girl Scouts, this site has information on lots of technology topics, including cyberbullying, online privacy, social networking and mobile devices. Lots of polls, videos and quizzes.
Learn the dangers as well as situations to avoid when using chat rooms, IM, social networking sites, email, forums and other tools and sites on the web. Particularly helpful are the tips on sharing and posting personal information online.
Take the quiz on this website to see if you have ever been a cyberbully (you may be surprised by the answers). Show your parents the section written for them—it will help them understand cyberbullying better.
Learn how to text with respect through a variety of fun games and activities. You can also take quizzes and sign the iChoose! Declaration. Tips on healthy and unhealthy textual relations and protecting your privacy will help you text wisely. Information on cyberbullying and stress is also really useful.
Get advice on how to stay safe and still have fun when you’re online or using your cell. Games like Spam Swatter, Spider Quiz, The Winning Post and Duck Hunter help you learn important safety tips.
Whether we like it or not, Internet predators are out there and you have to be on the watch for them. This site shows you how Internet predators try to get at you, and what you can do to avoid them. You can also read real-life stories from other teens.
Learn about cyberbullying and how to stop it if it happens to you or a friend. Watch student videos and share your own story with other teens. The X-Block chat room is a safe place to connect with others and share your experiences.