Register for National eSmart Week

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Registrations for the second annual National eSmart Week are now open.

National eSmart Week, which will run from 5 - 9 September, has been created to celebrate cyber safety and digital inclusion in our communities. During National eSmart Week we encourage schools and libraries across the country to showcase their school or libraries commitment to cyber safety - last year we saw over 550 organisations celebrate in some way during the week.

We want to create an Australia that is free from cyber bullying, and full of digital natives that know how to embrace the best that technology can offer, whilst being smart, safe and responsible online." Judi Fallon, eSmart Manager, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation
If you are already an eSmart school or library eSmart Week is a great way for you to start, progress or sustain your eSmart journey, as all of the activities we provide are linked to attributes/domains within the eSmart journey and most can be submitted as evidence.

If you are not yet participating in eSmart, think about ways you could showcase your school or libraries commitment to improving cyber safety. Even if you have not done much to address cyber safety as yet, eSmart Week is a great way to start.

During the week we will be hosting a number of free professional learning webinars on different areas related to cyber safety and digital inclusion.


Register your school or library to participate by visiting www.esmart.org.au/esmartweek.

By registering you will be kept up to date with what we have planned for this year's National eSmart Week, including events and ways that you can get involved. You will also be sent this year's National eSmart Week Toolkit which includes everything your organisation needs to run a successful event or activity.





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