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Digital Society - Social Networks - Esafety - Videos

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Browse the lists below to find resources to help you deliver this section of #digitalstudies

Resources are not added in any order; however, to make it easier to find something that you can use in the classroom, each column can be sorted by simply clicking on the top row.



Resource Type  Example lesson? Name or related to Cost / additional resources Description from resource Description of how resource can be used  If this resource is originally yours please add your twitter ID here Added to wiki by: 
Video    E-Safety  Free to play from website 

This video discusses the long-term risks of sharing inappropriate information on the Web. It encourages viewers to “think before you click” and offers tips for being responsible with photos, video and stories. Points include:

  • Why photos are permanent on the web
  • Future consequences of sharing inappropriate info
  • Tips for protecting reputations (personal and friends)
  • What to do when inappropriate info is shared
Video   Passwords Free Passwords are essential for every Internet user. Whether you log on to your company network, check your emails or pay online, you always need a password. But how do you choose a safe password? In this short film, we go through a number of tricks.     @teachesict
Video   E-Safety Free

Somebody just asked you to send them a pic. It's up to you to choose what happens next. What do you do?

Interactive YouTube video which sets scenarios (starting with someone just sent you a pic) and then asks you to choose what you would do.  Your answer leads to a different video.   @teachesict
Video   E-Safety Free Consequences is a film which addresses many issues that young people face online. The film also demonstrates common offender behaviour.     @teachesict
Video   E-Safety Free In this film, Dee makes a common mistake and sends indecent photos of herself to her boyfriend Si. Without thinking of the consequences, Si sends the photos to a friend and very quickly the images become public.     @teachesict
Video   Cyberbullying Free Pop singer Cher Lloyd tells Panorama's Declan Lawn about how her rise from anonymous teenager to national fame as a contestant on the X-Factor came with a darker side.

The teenager says she has been the victim of cyberbullying on social networking sites and subjected to racist attacks and even physical threats and urges young people to seek help if they are being bullied.

She said "I couldn't believe how many people wanted to be my friends because growing up was difficult for me" Difficult Why? because of the racist hate towards her, Then when she thought you all wanted to be her friends what did you all do started the same racist hate over. 

Then she said "I wasn't able to have friends like that because i was very different" Different how? Race and because of that she was bullied about her race and hated by a bunch of racist people. 
Video   E-Safety Free for educational use   A set of five videos from the South West Grid for Learning covering different aspects of E-Safety. @SWGfL_Official @teachesict
Video   Passwords Free to view on website

Passwords are essential to using the Web and criminals have become very good at guessing them. This video teaches the risks and how to create a secure password and keep it secret, including:

  • Common risks related to passwords
  • Creating a secure password
  • Keeping your password secret
  • Risks of using shared computers
  @commoncraft @teachesict
Video   Website security Free to view on website

These days websites make security a priority, but it is hard to know when a website is secure, or what makes it so. This video teaches the basics of website security and how to recognize a secure site.

  • An overview of the most common security threats
  • How SSL encryption works
  • How to recognize a secure connection
  • In which situations security is most important
Video   Phishing Free to view on website

This video is designed to increase awareness of phishing scams and help viewers recognize and avoid phishing emails when they see them. The video includes:

  • An example of how the scam typically works
  • How to recognize and report a phishing email
  • What to do when you receive a phishing email
  • What to do if you mistakenly divulge information
Video   E-Safety Free

About The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre

This page should not be used to report any crime, suspected crime or to raise any other issue of immediate or urgent need. If you need advice, help or to make a report please visit www.clickceop.net
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre -- CEOP for short -- is a UK police agency with a difference. It has the teeth of any other police force and works to track offenders wherever they may be. But CEOP also delivers free education programmes into schools to help children of all ages stay safe online and is active in sharing best practice techniques with the wider child protection community through a number of training initiatives. Work with us to bring offenders to account or to empower children and visit us at ceop.police.uk.
To stay safe online and learn about our education programme visit Thinkuknow.co.uk
To help us track some of the UK's highest risk convicted child sex offenders visit

This is a link to CEOPs YouTube Channel which has absolutely loads of really useful videos.  Visit the channel and choose which one is the most relevant to the aspect of e-safety that you are covering in class. @ceopuk @teachesict
Video   E-Safety



First part of the Anti Social Network programme with Richard Bacon. He attempts to track down and confront three cyberbullies, one of whom has targeted him with an obsessive tirade of anonymous online abuse over the previous two years. (Warning re: Language for lower school children. Watch first before using) Examples of trolling on social network sites   @infernaldepart


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