Libraries and the Internet Toolkit
Online Resources for Parents and Children
America Links Up: America Links Up was a broad-based public awareness campaign to ensure that every child in America has a safe, educational and rewarding experience online. The site is no longer active and is being hosted here by GetNetWise for archival purposes.
GetNetwise: An online service of companies and non-profit groups concerned about child safety on the Internet. The Web site provides a comprehensive "Web-wide" resource with safety tips, ways to report online trouble, tech tools for families, great Web sites for kids and a glossary of Internet terms.
Parents' Guide to the Internet: From the U.S. Department of Education (archived information; 1997), this guide suggests how parents can help their children tap into the wonders of the Internet while safeguarding them from potential hazards.
Privacy Resources for Librarians, Library Users, and Families: This resource is intended to help librarians and all library users understand the issue of privacy and confidentiality.
Safety Tips for Kids on the Internet from the Federal Bureau of Investigation: Site focuses on online safety and ways to report abuses.
A Safety Net for the Internet: A Parent's Guide: What parents should know about the Internet from the New York Public Library.