內容簡介 Are you concerned about online safety for children? Are you confused and struggling to teach your children how to stay safe online? Are you interested in making their learning fun and entertaining? Congratulations, you have found the right series of childrens' books The Diary of Elle series is all about cyber safety for kids. They are great Internet safety books for kids that will teach your child about cyber safety (internet safety, cyberbullying, social media, online presence) through fictional stories - a more positive, fun and entertaining way to teach kids about Internet safety These chapter books are self-readers - suitable for boys and girls aged between 8 and 12 years old. About this book In this story, Lucy comes home to find two new family members - a computer and a tablet. When they are set up to use the Internet, the whole family is eager to explore the cyber-world. Will entering the cyber-world be a family nightmare or will Lucy's family have fun with their new gadgets? What your child will learn in this book: How to stay safe on the Internet for children Online safety tips and tricks for children How to identify the signs of cyberbullying in children How to deal with cyberbullying Today's children are growing up using technology and the Internet more frequently than ever with kids as young as 4 and 5 years old learning how to get online and find information. The ability to connect with others, access a vast amount of information and share experiences with their friends is fantastic but daunting for parents. So, if your children are constantly pestering you to allow them to get online, or if you are feeling that the online world is creeping into everything we do, but you don't know how to help protect your children online, these stories about internet safety will entertain your children and teach them how to stay safe online without them even realising. And don't forget to check out the other three books in the Diary of Elle series as well. Are you ready to help your children understand how to stay safe on the internet? Click on the orange 'Buy Now' button at the top and grab or download your copy today.
作者介紹 Nina Du Thaler began working in the Information Technology (IT) industry long before authoring her first book. She started with hands-on jobs, making sure that the computers of her colleagues were working properly and managing the implementation of new systems. Twenty-odd years, many online hours and several promotions later, she now works as the Chief Information Officer (CIO), responsible for the IT environment within a large company in Australia. In her professional roles, Nina realised that the "experts" in the industry rather than the technology itself can make IT difficult, using buzz words like "cloud", "virtual" and "firewall". This challenged her to make IT more accessible - both for her fellow company executives and more recently for her daughter of 9 (almost double digits!) and her friends. She made an interesting observation that she can sometimes get away with providing incomplete or ambiguous answers as a professional, but it does not work in a kids' world. Children appear to be more straightforward: they understand or they don't, they question and analyse without boundaries. If they don't understand, it is generally due to a lack of clear explanation or describing concepts in adult ways, rather than the intellect of the child. Additionally, as a mother, she has experienced first hand the positive and negative impacts that technology can have on children's daily lives. It is pervasive and they use it easily and without hesitation, but they are unaware of potential consequences and we have not equipped our children to have the skills to deal with these challenges. This realisation made Nina decide to combine her knowledge and experience in IT and parenthood, into a unique combination of fun products (featuring Elle and her friends), so that children can learn from other children's experiences. Nina and Elle wish you fun reading, with some learning on the side!