WIN – A Beginners Guide to On-line Security Workbook

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A Beginners Guide to On-line Security

The world is full of technology and like it or not, our children are being introduced to the internet, social media and gaming without education and often times, without guidance. While explaining the threats and intricacies associated with technology is not easy, Wendi has come to realize it is important. She hopes this workbook will act as a guide for other parents in her situation.

Finally a tool has been developed to educate our young users of technology in appropriate on-line habits and security best practice.  Throughout A Beginners Guide to On-line Security, Wendi Finn explains the following concepts in terms new users of technology can easily understand:

•             Accessing the Internet
•             Risks of the Internet
•             Security Online
•             E-Mail
•             Video Chat
•             Social Networking
•             Technology in the Classroom

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4 Responses

  1. i could use a book like this. my 7 yr old likes to go online and play games and I get worried about her going to sites she doesn’t need to see.

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