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The theme for this years Safer internet is Be smart, play your part!

Safer Internet Day will take place on Tuesday 9 February 2016. The day offers the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community.

Coordinated by Insafe, the European network for internet safety, the event is supported in Australia by the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner.

Victorian Primary schools are invited to register and attend one of 2 webinars held on the day.

Safer Internet Day
Register here   for the morning session

10-10.40 am (room opens at 8 for setup)

Tues 9 Feb

Safer Internet Day

Play your part for a better internet

Safer Internet Day
Register here for the morning session

1.45-2.25 pm (room opens at 12:30 for setup)


Tues 9 Feb

Safer Internet Day

Play your part for a better internet

For schools who have not attended an Adobe Connect Webinar before Register via the link.

You will receive a link after you register. That link is your key to enter the event but it wont work till the room is open (hence the early opening hours).

You just need a computer connected to the internet, a means of sharing with your students eg Data projector, whiteboards etc, some speakers and a mic is optional.

You just click on the link and just as hundreds of our teachers have done so far join the session.

We do include an option for schools who have students with one to one or group devices to have a voice. We will give you a separate link for students on the day at the beginning of the event.

All the information will be included in your registration.



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Please refer to FUSE for further details on the discontinuation of funding and transition options available for schools.