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Extractions: Homework ... profile - Chats and discussion forums for youth in the UK. Open Site Public Forum profile - Message board of the Open Encyclopedia Project. Offers social and topical discussions. Young Programmers Network profile - Message boards, chat and information on various programming languages. YouthNOISE profile - Nonprofit affiliated with Save the Children Federation, provides teens with a forum to express themselves and take action. Includes message boards and e-mail. KidFu: The Way of the Kid profile - A fully monitored safe online community for kids, featuring kids chat, a kid-written magazine, bulletin boards, games, and junior jobs. Membership is required for full access. Kids' Turn Central profile - Safe, adult monitored chat room for kids under 16. Room is only open when monitor is available. KidsChatters profile - Variety of chat rooms for kids. Paid registration required. CurvedSpace profile - Includes games, multiple chats, forums, and jokes. hbzChat profile - Variety of scheduled chat rooms for kids. Moderated.
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IASL: Links To Internet Resources For Kids Some of the standard search engines offer kid safe options or a filtered environment for family searching , though they differ in the ways in which they http://www.iasl-slo.org/kids.html
Extractions: Useful and Interesting Web Sites This page has links to sites that teacher librarians can share with the young people who use their school libraries. There are search engines for kids, "homework help" sites, and sites that are good fun and/or informative. The aim is to help teacher librarians to encourage safe net surfing and to steer young people to sites that may appeal to them. As is usual for IASL's pages of links to Internet resources, preference has been given to sites that lead to a range of well-chosen resources. Before using the resources on this page, you should look at Child Safety on the Information Highway This is an online version of a brochure that is designed to help parents, teachers, and school librarians to guide children in their exploration of the Internet. It is readable, sensible, and very practical. See also the following sites: The following sites provide information about filtering software for the World Wide Web: Internet Filtering: A White Paper "This document is intended to inform library directors, library boards, school librarians and school districts about the technical issues surrounding internet filtering."
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Extractions: As the parents of three young children, my spouse and I monitor very carefully their time on the Internet. We're always right there with them as they explore, because, let's face it, there are some real whackos out there that definitely do not have kids' best interests in mind! I put together a Safe Search Checklist that really sums up my philosophy of children and the Web, and is a great resource for parents, educators, and anyone else interested in keeping kids safe. Related: Email to a Friend ... Read Archives powered by Movable Type Advertisement Most Popular Find Free Movies Zabasearch.com
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Extractions: Reference Resources: Search Engines Learn How to Search the Web KidsClick! Worlds of Web Searching A great site geared to help students learn how to search the web to gain the information they need. Search Engines for Kids Awesome Library Educational Search Engine for Kids Search Engines That Search MORE Than One Directory DogPile.com
Extractions: see a list of search engines Take a look at the list provided by Debbie Abilock titled " Choose the Best Search for Your Information Need ." For example, you might "have a broad academic subject and need pointers to quality sites." If so, Debbie suggests that you go to Librarians' Index to the Internet or Infomine. On the other hand, if you need to see relationships among ideas, she suggests that you use KartOO or Web Brain. This is a great site, check it out! - from University of California, Berkeley Searchability Multi subject Guides To Specialized Search Engines Step 1. Choose a few search engines, and learn how they work Find 3 - 4 search engines that you are comfortable using and do most of your searches with them. This tutorial will use Vivisimo, which sends search queries to several search engines and then clusters the results. I have found that Vivisimo consistently gives me good results. If you wish to use a different search engine check out the list at the end of this page. There is also a
Extractions: Special Events ... Information for Parents Print friendly version Updated 11/21/2002 As a parent, you are ultimately responsible for your child. The internet can be a great resource, but there is a lot of bad stuff out there, too. Here are some links to sites that will help you make using the internet a safe experience for your child. A Librarian's Guide to Cyberspace for Parents and Kids
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Extractions: Jim Lynch Although Yahoo! and other search engines can be used by children, you should keep in mind that sometimes there are inappropriate site links displayed in search results. Search results can contain links to pornographic and violent sites, even if you've used an innocuous sounding keyword as the search criterion. If you're going to let your child search the Web, it's much better to use a kid-safe search engine. Two prominent examples are Yahooligans!, the kid-safe version of Yahoo, and the kids only section of AOL's Netfind. Both of these directories have been modified to filter out inappropriate sites so your child won't see them displayed in search results:
Extractions: the editor EXTRAS North in pictures Online games Trivia challenge Crocs archive ... Fire archive CLASSIFIEDS General Jobs Motors Travel ... Personals SERVICES About us Buy a photo Place an ad Home delivery CONTACT US Editorial Advertising The Sun Website team ADVERTISING Advertising info News Ltd websites It is at this time that the household computer becomes an easy option for parents who are trying to keep their children entertained and quiet. There are many wonderful interactive web sites for children that make them happy and still keep them learning throughout the holidays. However, the unsupervised child on the Internet is a vulnerable and easy target for predators. Those of us who are frequent users of the Internet understand how much material is freely available that could be damaging to children and also how alarmingly easy it is to inadvertently stumble across it. Consequently, it is important that we guide our children through the maze of websites that is the Internet and keep them safe. So how do you find great web sites built for kids?
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