NetSafe articles on education
OWLS is a resource to help teachers teach internet privacy issues to primary and intermediate school students.
An overview of cloud computing issues for New Zealand schools – how to identify and assess cloud service providers and the key issues for principals, boards and trustees to consider
Our very own Advent Calendar has 24 pieces of yuletide cyber safety and security know-how with timely reminders on how to keep yourself and those around you safe online over the festive season
The NetSafe Kit for Schools sets out a comprehensive programme of cybersafety for New Zealand schools and covers key issues for staff, parents and students
The National Radiation Laboratory advises the Ministry of Education on wireless network safety – with regards to student and staff health – and has guidance for school staff and BOTs
Teachers frequently use YouTube videos in class – NetSafe has now compiled practical advice on the educational exemptions of the NZ Copyright Act and using copyrighted video resources in schools
NetSafe has established a series of cybersafety use agreements and policy documents for use within an ECE setting – download them here
The recent amendment to NZ copyright law has got many internet users worried they may be unintentionally breaking copyright laws when they watch, stream or download material from YouTube and other online sites and services.
Background information and guidance on what schools can do to prepare for an amendment to the Copyright Act (1994)