ALIA is very pleased to join with the experts from the Office of the eSafety Commissioner to bring you this seminar series about eSafety for people working in library settings. This series is essential viewing by anyone working with the public or who provides public access to the internet.
These sessions, tailored to libraries, will cover existing and emerging eSafety threats, provide evidence-based, targeted advice and strategies and further resources to improve eSafety in your library.
Both seminars are free. Registration is essential and a recording will be made available after the event to people who have registered.
Session 1: Online Safety and the eSafety Commissioner - What you need to know about eSafety
A very brief overview of the role of the eSafety Commissioner followed by an introduction to eSafety resources.
This will include resources for people who are most at risk online, including culturally and linguistically diverse, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTQI+ and people with disabilities.
Watch the webinar recording here.
Session 2: Emerging eSafety issues
An overview of emerging eSafety issues and online harms, including those that have increased during COVID-19.
The session will include research about what is impacting families and communities. This session will inform library staff to help meet the changing needs of their users.
Session 1: Thursday 30 September, 1:00pm - 1:30pm AEST
Session 2: Friday 8 October, 1:00pm - 1:30pm AEST
We recommend 1 CDP hour for attending this event. As this is a partner event, your will have to update your CPD logbook manually.
Contact [email protected] for more information.