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    Digital Citizenship Toolkit - Presentations

    All of the presentation templates and how-to guides in the Digital Citizenship in Action Toolkit
    • Note:There are multiple files available for this download.Once you click on the "Download" button, you will be prompted to select the files you need.


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      Top Tips for Online Safety PowerPoint Presentation.potx

      Create-your-own PowerPoint presentation.potx

      Help Young People Stand Up to Online Bullying PowerPoint Presentation.potx



      How to build your own presentation.pdf


      Protecting Young Children Online PowerPoint Presentation.potx



      Take Charge of Your Digital Life PowerPoint Presentation.potx





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        Microsoft offers a collections of materials in its Digital Citizenship in Action: A Guide to Education & Events Toolkit. The toolkit includes all the elements needed to teach yourself and help educate others about computer security, data privacy, and online safety issues, prevention, and remediation. This section offers power point templates and how-to guides designed to use to help you build a successful online safety event geared to various audiences - youth, parents, educators, policymakers NGOs, etc. Teach Others - Online safety presentations and examples A virtual presentation-in-a-box, you’ll get all the materials you need to make a presentation or put together an event. You’ll draw on: - Ready-to-use PowerPoint slides with extensive user notes, a special guide for planning an event, and a poster to advertise it.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista

      • Download relevant pieces to your work or interest. Educate yourself and others about being safer online.