Family Safety with Technology Fireside

This forum contains discussions related to keeping families and individuals safe while making use of technology. Acceptable topics would range from how to protect families from Internet predators and online pornography, monitoring and protecting cell phone usage and text messaging, locking unwanted television and movies from various devices, protecting and monitoring computer game usage, and promoting safe Internet and technology use.
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Family Safety with Technology Fireside

Postby derraleves-p40 » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:01 am

Our Stake is looking to put on a Fireside for Family Safety with Technology. The Stake President asked me to find someone that would be able to present material to help families be safe and informed.

I need to find someone for September 27, 2009. I know this is short notice. It will be held in the LaVerkin Stake Center (20 miles from St. George Utah and 16 miles from Zion National Park).

If I can't find anyone, does anyone have a powerpoint and any other information that would be useful.

Thanks.
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Postby aebrown » Mon Jul 27, 2009 11:36 am

derraleves wrote:Our Stake is looking to put on a Fireside for Family Safety with Technology.
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If I can't find anyone, does anyone have a powerpoint and any other information that would be useful.


It's still in process, but there is some helpful information on the wiki under Family Safety. There's the start of information for a presentation (but it's not in PowerPoint format yet).

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Postby bryan.plass » Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:37 pm

Go to The Internet Safety Podcast. The folks there have done an outstanding job at creating podcasts on this very subject. Although it doesn't solve your issue of finding someone for next month, it does provide very good, sound advice. It also helps that this is being produced out of BYU - so you be assured that the advice given is aligned with your beliefs and coincides with council given by General Authorities.

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Postby derraleves-p40 » Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:21 pm

Plassfam wrote:Go to The Internet Safety Podcast. The folks there have done an outstanding job at creating podcasts on this very subject. Although it doesn't solve your issue of finding someone for next month, it does provide very good, sound advice. It also helps that this is being produced out of BYU - so you be assured that the advice given is aligned with your beliefs and coincides with council given by General Authorities.


Thanks for the good post. I will check it out today!


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