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Cyber resource centre

The online resource centre is your one-stop shop for Cybersmart resources.

All resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed on the site, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

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General cybersafety information

All Cybersmart resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

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Cybersafety resources brochure

The ACMA’s Cybersmart program offers a comprehensive range of information and resources about cybersafety, designed to meet the needs of children, parents, teachers and libraries.

Children using a laptop

Cybersmart Guide for Families

Knowing how to use the internet safely is essential to having a positive online experience. This booklet provides practical advice and information on safe internet use.

  • Cybersmart Guide for Families - Download only (not available to order) (PDF 842KB), (HTML)
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Cybersmart Guide for Library Staff

this booklet provides information, support and tools to effectively promote internet safety in Australian public libraries.

  • Cybersmart Guide for Library Staff - Download only (not available to order) (PDF 1.4MB),(HTML)
Guide to online safety cover with a mother and daughter using a laptop

Guide to online safety

Hints and tips for parents, teens and kids about operating safely in an online environment.

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Cyber rules poster - boy with speech bubbles

Cyber rules: stay safe and have fun on the internet

Perfect for home, schools or libraries, this is a fun reminder of the rules for staying safe online.

  • A2 poster
Illustration of two people looking towards a city with a search icon, monster, twitter bird, ipad and smiley face hiding amongst the buildings with a sign which reads Welcome to Cyber City

Who will find what you post online?

A2 poster– Think before you post

It's more than a game poster: Illustration of a boy surfing on a speech bublle with a friend's photo in his mobile phone screen. Other illustrations are included of a facebook page on a computer screen, with a like and share icon, mouse pointer and a twitter bird flying.

It's more than a game

A2 poster – It’s more than a game it’s your life

4 colourful posters with names, Fail, LOL, CU, FYI, OMG

Set of 5 x A3 posters

  • FYI – Stay safe when you’re online (general cybersafety message)
  • LOL – You don’t need a black eye to be bullied (cyberbullying)
  • OMG – Some things were never meant to be shared (sexting)
  • #FAIL – Do you really want everyone to see that? (digital reputation)
  • CU@ - Not everyone needs to know where you are (location based services)

Cyberbullying

All cyberbullying resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176. 

Illustration of a green troll character

Trolling information poster

Quick reference advice to help Australian children and youth protect themselves and others against the impacts of trolling.

Say no to cyber bullying brochure: Photo of a girl who looks at her mobile phone with sad expression

Say no to cyberbullying!

An overview of cyberbullying and how it can be addressed by parents, teens and kids.

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4 colourful posters with names, Fail, LOL, CU, FYI, OMG

Set of 5 x A3 posters

  • FYI – Stay safe when you’re online (general cybersafety message)
  • LOL – You don’t need a black eye to be bullied (cyberbullying)
  • OMG – Some things were never meant to be shared (sexting)
  • #FAIL – Do you really want everyone to see that? (digital reputation)
  • CU@ - Not everyone needs to know where you are (location based services)
Tagged characters

Tagged

When a group of high-school friends post a rumour about a rival it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. In this short film, cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police action ensue — will these friends avoid being tagged forever?

Characters from Hector's World

Hector’s World

Using the internet is a lot of can be fun but being smart online can sometimes be hard! Hector and his friends show you how to use your computer, the internet and phone safely.

Let's flight it together video scenes: Girl and boy listen to music with headphones, boy sits at computer

Let’s Fight It Together

This short film provides an overview of how cyberbullying might occur, who it involves, the impact it can have, and how it might be resolved.

Photo of a hand holding a smart phone with the cybersmart logo and ACMA logo

How cybersmart are you?

Your children have never known a world without the internet. Knowing the risks is as important as knowing how to help your children stay safe online. This short video gives you the facts, figures, and helpful advice.

Presenter stands with list of items to be discussed including Parenting online, Cyberbullying and unwanted contact, Protecting personal information, Sexting and inappropriate content, e-Commerce and e-Security

Parents guide to online safety

Designed for parents, this interactive, online guide offers age-appropriate strategies to help keep your children and teens safe online.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

Digital reputation

All digital reputation resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

4 colourful posters with names, Fail, LOL, CU, FYI, OMG

Set of 5 x A3 posters

  • FYI – Stay safe when you’re online (general cybersafety message)
  • LOL – You don’t need a black eye to be bullied (cyberbullying)
  • OMG – Some things were never meant to be shared (sexting)
  • #FAIL – Do you really want everyone to see that? (digital reputation)
  • CU@ - Not everyone needs to know where you are (location based services)
Tagged characters

Tagged

When a group of high-school friends post a rumour about a rival it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. In this short film, cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police action ensue — will these friends avoid being tagged forever?

Photo of a hand holding a smart phone with the cybersmart logo and ACMA logo

How cybersmart are you?

Your children have never known a world without the internet. Knowing the risks is as important as knowing how to help your children stay safe online. This short video gives you the facts, figures, and helpful advice.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

e-security

All e-security resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Characters from Hector's World

Hector's World

Using the internet is a lot of fun but being smart online can sometimes be hard! Hector and his friends show you how to use your computer, the internet and phone safely.

Netbasics characters

Netbasics

Meet the Jones family, a pretty average family who enjoy everything the internet has to offer. Follow their adventures as they battle some of the darker elements of the internet.

Illustration of a boy using a computer

Staying e-secure

While banking online at an internet cafe, Scott leaves his computer to check out a game on another computer. But is this a good idea? Hannah gives him the low down.

Photo of a hand holding a smart phone with the cybersmart logo and ACMA logo

How cybersmart are you?

Your children have never known a world without the internet. Knowing the risks is as important as knowing how to help your children stay safe online. This short video gives you the facts, figures, and helpful advice.

Presenter stands with list of items to be discussed including Parenting online, Cyberbullying and unwanted contact, Protecting personal information, Sexting and inappropriate content, e-Commerce and e-Security

Parents guide to online safety

Designed for parents, this interactive, online guide offers age-appropriate strategies to help keep your children and teens safe online.

Budd:e logo and illustration of budd:e characters

Budd:e

The Stay Smart Online website hosts the Budd:e E-security Education package, designed to raise e-security awareness of primary and secondary school students.

Inappropriate or offensive content

All resources on how to deal with offensive content are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Dealing with Offensive Content Brochure: Boy looks at a laptop with a shocked expression

Dealing with offensive content

provides parents, teens and kids with some proactive ways to deal with offensive content online.

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Presenter stands with list of items to be discussed including Parenting online, Cyberbullying and unwanted contact, Protecting personal information, Sexting and inappropriate content, e-Commerce and e-Security

Parents guide to online safety

Designed for parents, this interactive, online guide offers age-appropriate strategies to help keep your children and teens safe online.

Mobile phones

All mobile phone resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

Mobile phone safety brochure: Photo of a girl using a mobile phone

Mobile phone safety

offers helpful advice for parents, teens and kids to address the issues related to mobile phone use.

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Netiquette

All netiquette resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Characters from Hector's World

Hector's World

Using the internet is a lot of fun but being smart online can sometimes be hard! Hector and his friends show you how to use your computer, the internet and phone safely.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

Protecting personal information

All personal information resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Characters from Hector's World

Hector’s World

Using the internet is a lot of can be fun but being smart online can sometimes be hard! Hector and his friends show you how to use your computer, the internet and phone safely.

Photo of a hand holding a smart phone with the cybersmart logo and ACMA logo

How cybersmart are you?

Your children have never known a world without the internet. Knowing the risks is as important as knowing how to help your children stay safe online. This short video gives you the facts, figures, and helpful advice.

Presenter stands with list of items to be discussed including Parenting online, Cyberbullying and unwanted contact, Protecting personal information, Sexting and inappropriate content, e-Commerce and e-Security

Parents guide to online safety

Designed for parents, this interactive, online guide offers age-appropriate strategies to help keep your children and teens safe online.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

Sexting

All sexting resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Sexting brochure shows a photo of a girl looking distressed with her face in her hands

Sexting

provides parents, teens and kids with some pointers for dealing with sexting and the associated legal and social issues.

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4 colourful posters with names, Fail, LOL, CU, FYI, OMG

Set of 5 x A3 posters

  • FYI – Stay safe when you’re online (general cybersafety message)
  • LOL – You don’t need a black eye to be bullied (cyberbullying)
  • OMG – Some things were never meant to be shared (sexting)
  • #FAIL – Do you really want everyone to see that? (digital reputation)
  • CU@ - Not everyone needs to know where you are (location based services)
Tagged characters

Tagged

When a group of high-school friends post a rumour about a rival it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. In this short film, cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police action ensue — will these friends avoid being tagged forever?

Presenter stands with list of items to be discussed including Parenting online, Cyberbullying and unwanted contact, Protecting personal information, Sexting and inappropriate content, e-Commerce and e-Security

Parents guide to online safety

Designed for parents, this interactive, online guide offers age-appropriate strategies to help keep your children and teens safe online.

Social networking

All social networking resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Illustration of a green troll character

Trolling information poster

Quick reference advice to help Australian children and youth protect themselves and others against the impacts of trolling.

Socialising on the internet brochure: Girls using a laptop to socialise on the media

Socialising on the internet

Social networking is essential in most teenagers’ lives. This brochure provides tips for parents, teens and kids to help address issues and stay safe when social networking.

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Photo of a hand holding a smart phone with the cybersmart logo and ACMA logo

How cybersmart are you?

Your children have never known a world without the internet. Knowing the risks is as important as knowing how to help your children stay safe online. This short video gives you the facts, figures, and helpful advice.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

Unwanted contact

All unwanted contact resources are available free of charge and can be downloaded, viewed online, ordered via the Cybersmart order form or over the phone on 1800 880 176.

Presenter stands with list of items to be discussed including Parenting online, Cyberbullying and unwanted contact, Protecting personal information, Sexting and inappropriate content, e-Commerce and e-Security

Parents guide to online safety

Designed for parents, this interactive, online guide offers age-appropriate strategies to help keep your children and teens safe online.

Cybersmart access characters

Cybersmart Access

is a set of games that help reinforce cybersafety messages for children with special education needs. Each game is accompanied by units of work with engaging lessons and activities developed by special education needs educators.

For teachers and other educators, additional teacher resources are available.

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