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⭐ Teens: Be a Smart User of Smart Technology (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

October 14, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Learn safe, savvy and ethical online skills to become a good digital citizen. In order for kids and teens to fully benefit from the wealth of advantages tech can provide, they must master the fundamentals of responsible use of technology for fun, entertainment, education, interaction and connection.

In this workshop designed for specifically for tweens and teens, Denise DeRosa, CEO and Founder of Cyber Sensible, discusses what it means to be a good digital citizen, how to develop a positive online reputation,  how to employ the safety and privacy settings available, maintaining a healthy tech diet, avoiding online dangers,  tech etiquette, and ways to capitalize on the opportunities tech provides.

Topics include:

-Privacy Settings
-Handling Cyberbullies
-Limiting Tech Distractions
-Digital Literacy
-Online Advertising,
-Social Media Smarts
-Fake News.

Please register with an email address to receive an immediate registration confirmation with a link to join the class/event. This email will also contain the dial-in information if you wish to participate by telephone.


Prince George’s County Memorial Library
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