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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Internet & Teens: Social Networking Safety

MySpace and Social Networking have been all over the news lately. Do you need more information?

How many times have you heard a young person talk about "blogging" or "myspace" and wondered what language they were speaking? If you've ever been concerned about the amount of time that your child spends on the Internet, or wondered what they were doing, join this online course, The Internet and Teens: Social Networking Safety, presented by LibraryU.

This course will help you to understand more about blogging, what role it plays in the lives of teens especially, and how you can help them to use this communication tool in a safe and positive environment.

Bill Erbes, Bensenville librarian and author, will present the online, interactive discussion at LibraryU Live on July 26, 2006, 10:00-11:30 AM. You must register to attend the live session.
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This is an informational message only about a program of current interest. The program is not sponsored by Roselle Public Library, nor is the Library affiliated with LibraryU.
LibraryU is a project of the Illinois State Library.
If you have any questions about the program, please see the LibraryU site.


Comments:
If you missed the live session today, you can still access all this great information. OPAL (Online Programming for all Libraries) has archived a recording of the live presentation on their site.

The live session was based on the LibraryU course module, Internet & Teens: Social Networking safety. You can enroll in this course at any time and proceed at your own pace.

To enroll in this course, or any LibraryU course, browse to the LibraryU homepage.
Clicko on "Courses" on the left side of the page for a description of all of the course modules that are available. (Internet & Teens is in the group "LibraryU Live")
 
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