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Many families are turning to blogs to share their news with friends and relatives. Is a blog right for your family?
Laptop programs are taking schools by storm in an effort to get kids connected. Here's why, and how, parents can help.
A report from the Office of Educational Technology makes seven recommendations for continuing to improve the use of educational technology in schools.
Are young adult novels written in snappy instant messages on pages resembling online chat windows a good or bad thing for reading?
Here are some things that parents can do to make sure that their teen is using technology responsibly.
This article discusses proper computer etiquette including what kind of fonts to use when writing emails, emoticons, abbreviations, and more.
In today's wired world, it's not uncommon to see a child as young as two or three tinkering around online. The Internet, for kids, can be a rich resource or full of hidden dangers. Get our tips for introducing your kid to the world wide web.
Cyberbullying is using technology to threaten, or harass. Find out how you can help stop kids from harassing each other via the Internet.
Here's how to help your child make Facebook an effective outlet to promote a worthy cause, and motivate likeminded peers.
Listen up: teens are using social networking sites for more than just gossip, according to a new study by the National School Boards Association.
With the rise of technology, new methods of bullying have developed. Get the facts about cyberbullying, and find out how you can help prevent bullying online.
Your child's susceptible to bullies who retain anonymity by attacking online. Find out how you can change things, whether your kid is the victim or perpetrator.
Get the facts about the pros and cons of social networking for teenagers, and learn how you can help your teen have safe and positive online experience.
Launching a blog is easy and could turn into an ongoing, team-building activity for your family.  Here's how to get started.
Defines the similarities between bullying and peer victimization. Discusses in depth the depression and social anxiety problems due to cyber bullying.
This article outlines the benefits of and warnings about allowing your children to play online video games. It provides great quick tips on how to handle and
Cheating and plagiarizing with the help of the internet is on the rise. Prevent your child from being tempted to cheat and plagiarize using the internet.
Bullying experts discuss the difference between cyberbullying and traditional bullying. Experts also discuss school-based cyberbullying interventions.
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