Posts Tagged ‘Internet Safety’

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Recently a New York Times article sparked an interesting conversation about big data on college campuses. Colleges across the country are embarking on data-driven experiments, following students’ digital breadcrumbs to deliver a more personalized college experience.   Presented By: OnlineDegrees.org

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Kids these days, with their Facebooks and Twitters and the phones that are smart–who do they think they are? Flash Gordon? One thing’s for sure: When it comes to computers, these whippersnappers think their knowledge and expertise leave their parents in the Stone Age. So, Mr. or Ms. Cavedweller, should you be your child’s friend […]

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Teens will explore the Internet. The ready availability of virtually anything and the generally unrestricted access the Internet provides is an irresistible draw to any teenager looking to explore. As a parent, you need to do what you can to keep them safe. Clever teens will get around nearly any form of parental control placed […]

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As much as you try to protect your children, it is nearly impossible to be there for them 24/7. As a result, your children can be exposed to dangers that come at them from all different angles, including the Internet. From online predators to cyber bullying, kids are a prime target on the Web for […]

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Do you know what Google is saying about you? What is it saying about your child or your teenager that will be applying for college or a job shortly?  This is a very important question you have to be ready for. Years ago your resume was based on your education and experience, today there is […]

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Via: Online Universities Blog

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The Internet has given child predators new hunting grounds: a place where they can pretend to be anyone they need to be in order to gain a child’s trust. But there is only so much that parents can do to limit exposure to potentially dangerous areas of the Internet. Aside from technological safeguards and a […]

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Despite problems in recent months with its initial public offering (IPO), Facebook still sits on top of the mountain when it comes to social media. As a result, millions of young people find themselves with social media accounts on the world’s social networking leader, begging the question: How young is too young to have an […]

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Do you know what Google is saying about you? From: BackgroundCheck.org Here are some statistics on who is looking for your data: 81% of millennials Google or Facebook their date before going out 79% of recuiters and hiring managers screen applicants by information available online 86% of hiring managers have rejected someone based on information […]