Cyberethics, Cybersafety and CyberSecurity (C3®) Awareness
We inform the educational community about Cyberethical, Cybersafety and CyberSecurity implications of technology use and illustrate how students, educators and parents can apply these concepts to their own setting.
Since 2001, the C3™ Conference has informed the educational community about the ethical, legal, safety, and security implications of technology use and illustrated how educators and parents can apply these concepts to their own setting. Sessions include practical applications that can be immediately applied to the home or classroom setting.
Participants hear from state and local educators, law enforcement, internet safety/security curriculum providers, researchers, and policy makers on a broad range topics to include: current and pending legislation, educational initiatives available, the latest "hot topics" to include cyberbullying, identity theft and sexting, internet safety provider updates, online reputation management, newly released online interactive simulations and games that promote responsible online behavior, C3 framework and matrix, and much more. Digital Media Literacy encompasses Cyberethics, safety and security. Particpants learn how to guide students in using technology and digital media in a safe and responsible way. Students also add an additional dimension, by serving on various panels and presenting research findings related to C3 topics.
2013 C3® Conference Information
Call for 2013 Presenters - Due May 10, 2013
Call for Nominations: C3 Award of Excellence [Rubric] - Due June 4, 2013
2013 Grant Applications [Rubric] - Due December 29, 2012