Here are a few things that parents can encourage their child to do to enhance their digital footprint- whether they are applying for college, an internship, or their first job.
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Resources on messaging apps, to help you feel confident in your knowledge of the apps and lingo your kids are using when they communicate.
Learn how to set your Instagram account to private to help avoid your photos being shared publicly.
Messaging is a relatively new medium that is faceless and fliction-less, which therefore puts more emphasis on the person sending the message to consider their words before hitting send. Instead of mindless with communication, the sender needs to be more deliberate and self-aware. They need to carve out the time to have a conversation with their online Jiminy Cricket.
Tips for parents to help minimize the risk of identity theft of them and their child. An important online safety issue is teen identity theft. Parents should be aware of the personal information their children are sharing online.
Determine the role you play in creating a safer Internet. Follow these steps to create a healthy online experience.
When it comes to prepare for college and the application process, there’s a new step for college-bound students to consider: social media presence. Advice on using your social media presence for good when applying for colleges.