Learning.com Marks Safer Internet Day With Free Online Safety Toolkit

A globally-recognized day of Internet safety, Safer Internet Day serves as a call to action for everyone to play a part in creating a better Internet for all, especially students.
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Learning.com is marking Safer Internet Day, February 6, 2018, by offering free resources, including lesson plans and a safety checklist. The Learning.com Safer Internet Day toolkit is available for download: http://www.learning.com/safer-internet-day/toolkit.

A globally-recognized day of Internet safety, Safer Internet Day serves as a call to action for everyone to play a part in creating a better Internet for all, especially the youngest users out there—students. It’s also an invitation for people of all ages to join in and engage with each other online in a respectful way to ensure a better digital experience for everyone using the Internet.

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