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How to protect yourself online

The Australian Government's Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy has published some excellent information on ways to protect your digital presence in its Easy guide to Socialising Online.

9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

URL Shortener

Want to turn that long URL into something short that can be easy to remember or posted to twitter? Here's the answer.


Digital Citizenship


Are you protecting your privacy?


Identity Theft


Facebook, Youtube, Texting Rules of the Road




Mobile Phone Safety


Evaluating Internet Sources

While this "How to..." video has been created for university students, it has some helpful tips for high school student research.

There is a lot of useful information on the Internet. How do you evaluate what you find, to ensure it is appropriate to use for scholarly assignments? This video demonstrates how to determine if a website is 'scholarly' enough to use.

Published on Sep 8, 2015 by CSU Library: Evaluating Internet Sources.

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