Before March, you may have thought we were already living in a digital world. But no one can argue that over the past three months of statewide stay-at-home orders, we’ve all faced a steep learning curve.
Kids today are growing up with digital technology (not into it like previous generations). This, of course, brings many benefits: technology opens up the world to kids, enabling them to express their curiosity, discover new passions, and connect with loved ones near and far.
While each family’s approach to technology is unique, we know one truth for certain: Talking about digital habits is important.
FOSI was proud to attend Tuesday's launch of Sé genial en Internet, the Spanish language version of Google's Be Internet Awesome digital citizenship and safety program.
Google made a bit of history by opening up its universe of apps and services to users under 13 as their parents design it. Family Link, the name of the new parental control toolset, describes it well: Parents download the tools to their own and the kids’ devices, then link them up for a whole family’s real-time digital device management.