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NetSafe Utah

Grade Levels: 9 - 12
Core Subject(s): Educational Technology, Fine Arts - Visual Arts, Library Media, CTE/Information Technology, CTE/Marketing Education
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Episodes:

  • NetSafe Utah: A Conversation with the Internet

    Listen in as 15-year-old Haley has a conversation with the Internet. Along the way, she learns a few things about Internet safety.

    Length: 00:04:08
  • NetSafe Utah: Adults You Know and Trust Can Help You (Grades 7-12)

    The Internet can be a cool place, but like in the real world, everyone needs help to stay safe online. This video encourages teens to reach out to the people they trust if they ever experience anything that makes them feel weird or uncomfortable.

    Length: 00:02:20
  • NetSafe Utah: Adults You Know and Trust Can Help You (Grades 7-12) (Alternate Languages)

    The Internet can be a cool place, but like in the real world, everyone needs help to stay safe online. This video encourages teens to reach out to the people they trust if they ever experience anything that makes them feel weird or uncomfortable.(Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:20
  • NetSafe Utah. Be Kind Online. (Grades K- 3)

    Being helpful and kind online is the best way to keep the Internet safe and fun for everybody. This video helps young children understand why it’s important to treat others how they want to be treated, even when they’re online.

    Length: 00:01:57
  • NetSafe Utah: Be Kind Online (Grades K- 3) (Alternate Languages)

    Being helpful and kind online is the best way to keep the Internet safe and fun for everybody. This video helps young children understand why it’s important to treat others how they want to be treated, even when they’re online. (Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:01:57
  • NetSafe Utah. Cell Phones and Photos.

    This video clip addresses how kids are using cell phones today and consequences of kids taking nude photos. Kids taking these kind of photos of themselves or others under the age of 18 is considered manufacturing child pornography which is a felony in Utah. Sending this kind of photo is considered distributing child pornography. Having this kind of photo on your cell phone or computer is considered possession of child pornography. Once a photo is e-mailed or posted on the Internet it is virtually impossible to control how it is used and distributed.

    Length: 00:05:16
  • NetSafe Utah. Cyber-bullies are No Fun. (Grades 4-6)

    When Alex runs into a bully on the playground, he knows what to do. But how can Alex handle the bully when he starts posting mean messages and texting threats? This video gives kids strategies for handling cyber bullies, including saving copies of inappropriate messages and telling a trusted adult.

    Length: 00:02:19
  • NetSafe Utah: Cyber-bullies are No Fun (Grades 4-6) (Alternate Languages)

    When Alex runs into a bully on the playground, he knows what to do. But how can Alex handle the bully when he starts posting mean messages and texting threats? This video gives kids strategies for handling cyber bullies, including saving copies of inappropriate messages and telling a trusted adult.(Available in 10 different languages. )

    Length: 00:02:19
  • NetSafe Utah. Cyber-bullying. (Grades 7-12)

    How should Joe deal with Lamer Bill’s threatening emails, texts and web posts? This video explains what cyber bullying is and gives a simple, solid strategy for handling it: save the messages and tell a trusted adult.

    Length: 00:02:32
  • NetSafe Utah: Cyber-bullying (Grades 7-12) (Alternate Languages)

    How should Joe deal with Lamer Bill’s threatening emails, texts and web posts? This video explains what cyber bullying is and gives a simple, solid strategy for handling it: save the messages and tell a trusted adult. (Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:32
  • NetSafe Utah: Cybersafe Your Teens

    A special program for parents that looks at ways to keep teens and children safe on the Internet. Produced by KUED in February 2007, the program features a panel of experts and a studio audience.

    Length: 00:56:47
  • NetSafe Utah. Cybersafe Your Teens, 25 Second Promo.

    Promotion spot for the Netsafe Utah broadcast

    Length: 00:00:25
  • NetSafe Utah. Cybersafe Your Teens, Tease.

    Teaser promotion spot for the Netsafe Utah program

    Length: 00:00:20
  • NetSafe Utah: Distracted Driving

    Would you drive blindfolded? Probably not. Yet driving while distracted by mobile phone conversations or texts is like putting on a virtual blindfold. This video explains why drivers should curb mobile devices.

    Length: 00:02:26
  • NetSafe Utah: Distracted Driving (Alternate Languages)

    Would you drive blindfolded? Probably not. Yet driving while distracted by mobile phone conversations or texts is like putting on a virtual blindfold. This video explains why drivers should curb mobile devices. (Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:26
  • NetSafe Utah. Grooming Gracie.

    This video clip addresses the potential dangers of kids meeting an online predator. It shows some of the grooming behaviors that online predators use to gain kids trust and their intent to eventually meet in real life.

    Length: 00:05:08
  • NetSafe Utah. Information about NetSafe Utah.

    With mobile devices and computers everywhere, it’s important that adults understand what kids are doing in the virtual world. This video introduces viewers to NetSafe Utah, a program with trainings, videos, links to web resources and more that can help parents, grandparents, caregivers and teachers keep kids safe online.

    Length: 00:02:40
  • NetSafe Utah: Information about NetSafe Utah (Alternate Languages)

    With mobile devices and computers everywhere, it’s important that adults understand what kids are doing in the virtual world. This video introduces viewers to NetSafe Utah, a program with trainings, videos, links to web resources and more that can help parents, grandparents, caregivers and teachers keep kids safe online. This video is available in 10 different languages.

    Length: 00:02:40
  • NetSafe Utah: Mobile Location Privacy

    What a day! You're out with your friends at the mall, then at the water park, then at a concert. You're also sharing this awesomeness on Facebook and Twitter by uploading photos on the go. But there's something wrong with this picture. Did you know that sharing your photos can be dangerous, especially when you do it from a smartphone? Here's why: Most smartphones use technology that tracks your exact location at all times. This is helpful when you're trying to get directions to the water park on a map, but it could get you into trouble when it comes to your photos. Many smartphones attach a little piece of information to every picture that tells exactly where the picture was taken and when. This is called Geotagging, and when you share a photo, your location is included with it.

    Length: 00:02:07
  • NetSafe Utah: Mobile Location Privacy (Alternate Languages)

    What a day! You're out with your friends at the mall, then at the water park, then at a concert. You're also sharing this awesomeness on Facebook and Twitter by uploading photos on the go. But there's something wrong with this picture. Did you know that sharing your photos can be dangerous, especially when you do it from a smartphone? Here's why: Most smartphones use technology that tracks your exact location at all times. This is helpful when you're trying to get directions to the water park on a map, but it could get you into trouble when it comes to your photos. Many smartphones attach a little piece of information to every picture that tells exactly where the picture was taken and when. This is called Geotagging, and when you share a photo, your location is included with it. (This video is available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:07
  • NetSafe Utah. Online Chat Begins at Home.

    This video clip addresses the importance of parents and their children communicating with one another about Internet use at home and elsewhere. Rules on Internet use should be discussed and agreed upon. For example, what web sites are okay to visit, who is okay to communicate with, and where should the computer be located (i.e., in a highly visible area of the home and not in a child's bedroom). One good way for parents and their kids to communicate is for the kids to show their parents what they are doing on the Internet.

    Length: 00:08:25
  • NetSafe Utah. Online "Friends" (Grades 4-6)

    Connecting with friends online can be a lot of fun—but when you don’t know someone in the real world, you can’t be sure who they are. This video gives kids a simple, sensible rule for deciding how to choose online friends: stick with the friends you know in the real world to stay safe and keep things fun.

    Length: 00:02:12
  • NetSafe Utah: Online "Friends" (Grades 4-6) (Alternate Languages)

    Connecting with friends online can be a lot of fun—but when you don’t know someone in the real world, you can’t be sure who they are. This video gives kids a simple, sensible rule for deciding how to choose online friends: stick with the friends you know in the real world to stay safe and keep things fun.(Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:12
  • NetSafe Utah. Parents, Kids and Technology.

    This video clip addresses the differences between how parents and kids use technology today. Most parents tend to use the Internet to retrieve information while most kids use it to connect with friends through instant messaging and texting. With kids having grown up with technology there seems to be a generation gap with respect to adults and kids use of technology. For example, kids appear to be able to multi-task quite well such as doing homework while listening to music/tv and instant messaging/texting with their friends.

    Length: 00:07:50
  • NetSafe Utah. Posting Pictures Online. (Grades 4-6)

    Hoping to impress his friends, Alex is thinking of posting a picture of himself online. This video helps kids understand why they should be careful when taking, sharing and receiving digital pictures.

    Length: 00:02:24
  • NetSafe Utah: Posting Pictures Online (Grades 4-6) (Alternate Languages)

    Hoping to impress his friends, Alex is thinking of posting a picture of himself online. This video helps kids understand why they should be careful when taking, sharing and receiving digital pictures.

    Length: 00:02:24
  • NetSafe Utah: Posting Pictures Online (Grades 7-12)

    Posting a picture takes only a second but it lasts a lifetime with social media. This video invites teens to consider the consequences of sharing inappropriate photos that can be copied, altered and viewed by future employers.

    Length: 00:02:23
  • NetSafe Utah: Posting Pictures Online (Grades 7-12) (Alternate Languages)

    Posting a picture takes only a second but it lasts a lifetime with social media. This video invites teens to consider the consequences of sharing inappropriate photos that can be copied, altered and viewed by future employers. (Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:23
  • NetSafe Utah: Public Network Safety

    Open Wi-Fi networks are convenient, but they can also expose a computer to hackers. This video describes the precautions that allow for safe use of open Wi-Fi.

    Length: 00:02:26
  • NetSafe Utah: Public Network Safety (Alternate Languages)

    Open Wi-Fi networks are convenient, but they can also expose a computer to hackers. This video describes the precautions that allow for safe use of open Wi-Fi. (This video is available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:26
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Agree on Rules.

    Just as we teach our kids to safely cross a street, ride a bike, and drive a car, we can teach them rule of the road for traveling on the information superhighway. A great place to start is by posting clear, simple, and easy-to-read rules for Internet use.

    Length: 00:00:45
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Avoid Isolation.

    Where is the computer in your home? You can help your children use the Internet more safely by putting the computer in an open, high-traffic area where people passing by can see the screen-and where you can stay aware of when and how much time your children spend online.

    Length: 00:00:34
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Cell Phone Photos.

    Talk with your children about how photos posted online or otherwise shared with friends can have serious, even criminal consequences. In fact, that party picture or locker room shot can be more than just embarrassing-it can be criminal.

    Length: 00:00:53
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Communication.

    How can you help your kids stay safe online? Take a deep breath, set aside your fears, and open the lines of communication. Talk with children openly and honestly about Internet dangers.

    Length: 00:00:34
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Cyberbullying.

    Have you or has someone you know been the target of a cyber bully? Bullying hurts-whether the attacker uses fists or tries to hurt or embarrass you through cruel or threatening text messages, cell phone photos, or emails. Tell an adult you know and trust.

    Length: 00:00:36
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Implement Safety Filters.

    Installing computer security can be as simple as downloading software that filters the content of the Internet before it even reaches you and your children. You can also install a firewall and other software to protect your computer from potentially damaging viruses and privacy-invading spyware.

    Length: 00:00:33
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Internet Safety (General).

    Do you want to CyberSafe your kids but don't know where to start? The first step is to pay attention to what they're doing online. Find out how much time they spend on the Internet at home, at school, and in other places. Learn how to check what sites they visit, what they're posting, and who they're talking to.

    Length: 00:00:26
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Keeping Identity Private.

    Do your children know how much they're revealing about themselves on the Internet? Talk with your children to see if they understand that information such as names, birth dates, addresses, schedules, and phone numbers are best shared only with people they've already met face-to-face and trust.

    Length: 00:00:41
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Kids vs. Adults.

    While adults tend to use the Internet to find information, teens use it to connect with peers. Talk with your kids and ask them to give you a tour of their favorite online spaces. Let them teach you a thing or two-and, along the way, you can talk with them about how they can stay safe on the Internet.

    Length: 00:00:41
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Online Gaming.

    Online games provide exciting fantasy environments and an opportunity for kids to make new friends away from the watchful eyes of their parents. They also attract online predators who look for unsuspecting victims. When playing online games, remember to guard your personal information.

    Length: 00:00:54
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Online Predators.

    The Internet is a valuable educational and social resource. Unfortunately, it can also allow predators to discover you. But you can protect yourself online. Never meet in person anyone you first met online unless your parent or guardian gives you the OK and comes with you to the meeting.

    Length: 00:00:01
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Social Networking Sites.

    Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace provide millions of teens with fun ways to express themselves and catch up with their friends. Yet sharing personal information online can expose kids to danger. You can help teens enjoy social networking sites safely.

    Length: 00:00:48
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Staying Connected.

    Set aside some time to explore the Internet with your child and talk about how to use this educational and social resource wisely. Be sure to ask your teen what he or she thinks-and really listen.

    Length: 00:00:49
  • NetSafe Utah. Public Service Announcement. Where to Go for Help.

    Do you suspect that an online predator is soliciting your child? If so, call the Utah Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force at 801-301-1195.

    Length: 00:00:25
  • NetSafe Utah. Stick With Your Real Friends! (Grades 7-12)

    Connecting with friends online can be a lot of fun—but when you don’t know someone in the real world, you can’t be sure who they are. This video gives teens a simple, sensible rule for deciding how to choose online friends: stick with real friends you know in the real world to stay safe and keep things fun.

    Length: 00:02:18
  • NetSafe Utah. Stick With Your Real Friends! (Grades 7-12) (Alternate Languages)

    Connecting with friends online can be a lot of fun—but when you don’t know someone in the real world, you can’t be sure who they are. This video gives teens a simple, sensible rule for deciding how to choose online friends: stick with real friends you know in the real world to stay safe and keep things fun. (Available in 10 different languages. )

    Length: 00:02:18
  • NetSafe Utah. Talk to an Adult You Trust. (Grades 4-6)

    Kids need to know what to do if something on the Internet makes them feel uncomfortable. This video encourages kids to talk to a trusted adult if they come across material that isn?t for kids or if they are being bullied.

    Length: 00:02:16
  • NetSafe Utah: Talk to an Adult You Trust (Grades 4-6) (Alternate Languages)

    Kids need to know what to do if something on the Internet makes them feel uncomfortable. This video encourages kids to talk to a trusted adult if they come across material that isn’t for kids or if they are being bullied. (Available in 10 different languages. )

    Length: 00:02:16
  • NetSafe Utah. Tell an Adult. (Grades K-3)

    Staying safe includes knowing what to do when you feel uncomfortable, sad or scared. This video helps young children understand they should tell a trusted adult if something on the Internet makes them feel bad.

    Length: 00:02:02
  • NetSafe Utah: Tell an Adult (Grades K-3) (Alternate Langauges)

    Staying safe includes knowing what to do when you feel uncomfortable, sad or scared. This video helps young children understand they should tell a trusted adult if something on the Internet makes them feel bad. (Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:02
  • NetSafe Utah. What is Personal Information? (Grades 4-6)

    Knowing when it?s okay to share personal information and when it?s not can be difficult. This video defines personal information and how to protect it in terms kids can relate to.

    Length: 00:02:41
  • NetSafe Utah: What is Personal Information? (Grades 4-6) (Alternate Languages)

    Knowing when it’s okay to share personal information and when it’s not can be difficult. This video defines personal information and how to protect it in terms kids can relate to. (Available in 10 different languages. )

    Length: 00:02:41
  • NetSafe Utah. What is Personal Information? (Grades 7-12)

    Joe and Maggie use personal information to register for online accounts, shop and socialize. This video helps teens understand why and how to keep personal information secure.

    Length: 00:02:33
  • NetSafe Utah: What is Personal Information? (Grades 7-12) (Alternate Languages)

    Joe and Maggie use personal information to register for online accounts, shop and socialize. This video helps teens understand why and how to keep personal information secure.(Available in 10 different languages. )

    Length: 00:02:33
  • NetSafe Utah. What is Personal Information? (Grades K-3)

    Knowing when it?s okay to share personal information and when it?s not can be difficult. This video defines personal information and how to protect it in terms young children can understand.

    Length: 00:02:22
  • NetSafe Utah: What is Personal Information? (Grades K-3) (Alternate Languages)

    Knowing when it?s okay to share personal information and when it?s not can be difficult. This video defines personal information and how to protect it in terms young children can understand. (Available in 10 different languages.)

    Length: 00:02:22
  • NetSafe Utah. What is the Internet? (Alternate Languages)

    The Internet is big! There are good and bad things on the Internet, just like a neighborhood. This video explains what the Internet is and how to stay in the "good neighborhoods" on the Internet.

    Length: 00:00:00
  • NetSafe Utah. What is the Internet? (Grades K - 3)

    The Internet is big! There are good and bad things on the Internet, just like a neighborhood. This video explains what the Internet is and how to stay in the "good neighborhoods" on the Internet.

    Length: 00:02:23

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