Social platform launches to help parents give kids a head start

2/27/2013 12:00:00 AM

Today Quib.ly, a social platform for parents and family experts, launches to parents across the United States. Quib.ly provides parents with a social resource where they can search for answers to questions related to how technology, mobile and digital media affect their children’s lives. 

To provide parents with a place to discuss and discover the opportunities today’s technological landscape provides, Quib.ly has a Q&A model that enables moms and dads to get the information they need from other like-minded parents and experts. These include the designers who make the games our children play, e-safety experts, educators and more.

At launch, Quib.ly covers 16 topic areas related to how technology is affecting children’s development. These cover issues from apps, social media, and mobile to the impact of technology on child behaviour, development and online safety.

Quib.ly is available for general sign-up nowIt is free to use and parents can sign up at:  Quib.ly

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