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Your child may not even be aware that she is plagiarizing.But it can score her a failing grade, suspension, or even expulsion from school.
How much Facebook time is too much? Find out what some signs of Facebook overuse and misuse are and what you can do to help.
In the world of tweets, pokes, and chats, how can you make sure that your child is social networking savvy? Here's what parents should know about Twitter.
Here's what every parent should know about privacy settings , preventing cyberbullying, and the do's and don'ts of becoming a Facebook parent.
What should parents know about the online communities their teens are visiting? Here’s a guide to the three most popular social networking sites:
Bullying is a big problem, and now more than ever. With technological advances come new kinds of bullying. Here's what you need to know about 'cyber bullies.'
Like all tools, the Internet is neither good nor bad; it simply has good and bad uses.  How to turn your child into a self-aware Net citizen.
This article discusses proper computer etiquette including what kind of fonts to use when writing emails, emoticons, abbreviations, and more.
Laptop programs are taking schools by storm in an effort to get kids connected. Here's why, and how, parents can help.
Here is a guide to translating the 'netspeak,' or Internet slang, kids use. Some of these Internet acronyms are harmless, but some are huge red flags!
Breaking up has always been hard to do, and now, it's even harder.  Advances in communications technology have led to 'cyberstalking' among teens.
Launching a blog is easy and could turn into an ongoing, team-building activity for your family.  Here's how to get started.
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.
Are young adult novels written in snappy instant messages on pages resembling online chat windows a good or bad thing for reading?
Netiquette rules are the manners of the digital age. Follow these netiquette rules to stay civil and safe on the web.
Thanks to Adam’s Law, the public has information on sexual offenders around the country – and while some believe this keeps children safe, others think not.
This article explains the popularity and addictive properties of multi-player, online, role playing games like World of Warcraft.
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