Parenting in the Digital World

We've teamed with iKeepSafe and the Center on Media and Child Health to bring you a cheat sheet for bringing a more complete approach and perspective to the task of preparing children for 21st Century digital communication.

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    Q&A: Have You Checked Your Child's Digital Footprint?

    Recently, iKeepSafe and Reputation Defenders teamed-up to address the topic of online reputations -- your child's, or...

    Source: iKeepSafe Internet Safety Coalition
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    Cellphones, Texting and Cell Phone Distractions

    Today’s cell phones are more than just phones, they are high-tech gadgets that also serve as a mini-computers....

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    Parenting in a Media-Saturated World

    Should toddlers watch TV? Is educational programming beneficial for preschoolers? What happens when school-age children...

    Source: Digital World Parenting Special Edition Contributor
  • 19.

    A MediaWise® Parent Guide—Cell Phones and Your Kids

    Looking to the future Dr. David Walsh, president and founder of the National Institute on Media and the Family, just...

    Source: National Institute on Media and the Family
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    Media Literacy

    As American culture becomes increasingly permeated with media messages and images, many advocates and educators have...

    Source: The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Michael Rich, M.D., Ph.D.

Guest Editor

Michael Rich, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Michael Rich is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and the Director of the Center on Media and Child Health.

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iKeepSafe Online - Internet Safety Coalition

Editors: Laura Compian, Ph.D., Marsali Hancock, Amber Lindsay & Denise Daniels, Ph.D.

Center on Media & Child Health

Center on Media & Child Health

The Center on Media and Child Health at Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, and Harvard School of Public Health is dedicated to understanding and responding to the effects of media on the physical, mental, and social health of children through research, production, and education. Learn more about the staff, mission and projects of CMCH