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How to Access Textbooks Online

As part of the Access Oak Ridge initiative, our curriculum team has worked diligently to find resources that students can access directly from their computers for use offline where there is no access to an internet connection. These resources are located in a folder called “Textbooks” on each student’s device desktop.

All of these resources are also in the Canvas by Instructure Commons area, which means that teachers can make appropriate texts and materials accessible by class for enrolled students.


Digital Citizenship for Students


BrainPOP: Digital Citizenship
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Link to video.


Cyberbullying Research Center
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Are you a student who is being cyberbullied? Do you you want to do something about it? Click the link for ways to protect yourself and others from cyberbullying.


Kids Guide to How the Internet Works
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The Internet is a cool place to appropriately learn new things, play games and connect with friends and family. Billions of people around the world use the Internet just like you!


NetCetera Toolkit View


Free resources to help you teach and learn about online safety. Includes videos, booklets, and lessons for parents, students, and teachers.


NetSmartz
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Age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement.


Stop Cyberbullying
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StopCyberbullying was the first cyberbullying prevention program in North America. Its specially-trained young volunteers design and deliver community programs to help their peers address cyberbullying. StopCyberbullying’s founder, Parry Aftab, calls them her “cyberarmy” empowered to tackle this important issue. These teens and tweens staff their own text messaging support line for other young people, build apps to promote kindness, and provide student peer support in their schools.