This useful infographic developed by Mia MacMeakin is a great way to reflect on all of the aspects we need to learn about and take into account when becoming good digital citizens.
This cyberbullying infographic has been designed to outline data and statistics on cyberbullying and explain possible consequences of behaviours. Tips for those being bullied are included.
This useful infographic was developed by Know the Net, a UK site that
is an impartial website that helps individuals, families and businesses get the most out of the internet. It is funded by Nominet– the not-for-profit organisation – as part of its commitment to making the internet a more trusted space for everyone who uses it.
We aim to offer some of the most reliable and accessible, impartial advice to help you make the most of the internet and keep you, your family, and your business (if you have one), stay safe and secure online.
Mashable recently published this infographic on online bullying. They say
According to a recent study by internet security company McAfee, kids are witnessing and sometimes engaging in cyber bullying. Almost one in four of teens claimed to be a target of cyberbullying and two-thirds of all teens have witnessed cruel behavior online, notes the Teen Internet Behavior study.
But only one in 10 parents are aware that their teens could be targets of cyberbullying.
Although the statistics are from the USA, it’s worth noting that only 10% of parents are aware their child is having problems. This obviously calls for more parent vigilance and an openness where children can feel that they can discuss these issues with their parents.
Although this infographic uses US statistics, it’s still worth looking at in terms of parents spying on their children’s Facebook activities vs being aware of what they are posting.