Watch an Activity Online
The library is now offering activities to attend online. Preregister online and receive the login information for your activity, then click on the link provided here to download Zoom and attend.Learn More About Internet Safety for Kids & Teens Zoom Instructions For Participants (PDF)
Passwords & Password Managers
Experts say everyone should use a password manager. We'll show you why and teach you how to use one to keep your passwords secure and accessible.
Internet Safety for Parents, Guardians, and Communities
Today’s kids grow up faster than ever. Do you know how to discuss online privacy, sexual solicitation, and cyberbullying problems with your children? Presented by the PBC Bar Association.
NetSmartz - Online Safety
Middle-schoolers and tweens, join us for a lively discussion about how to keep safe online, including avoiding sharing personal information, dealing with unwanted personal requests on social media, and cyberbullying. Presented by the PBC Bar Association. Grades 6-8.
Basic Internet Safety
Learn the basics of how to protect your home network and yourself online
Internet Search Basics
Learn how to navigate the internet safely while searching online.
Fake News Survival Guide
How to detect misinformation online and prevent it from spreading.
Being a Good Digital Citizen!
Does your child know the “rules of the road” for dealing with inappropriate content, sharing personal information, online strangers, and cyberbullying? This lively presentation will discuss all those topics in a fun, kid-friendly way! Presented by the PBC Bar Association. Grades 3-5.
TAB presents Advanced Online Safety - Volunteer Service Hour!
Going beyond the basics, this program will cover online privacy issues we all face such as personal identity protection, identity theft and fraud prevention, as well as resources for recovery from identity theft. Presented by Andrew Kwan of the Palm Beach County Bar Association. Community service available for teens who complete the actions listed in the attachment below. Grades 6-12.
Computer and Networking Q&A
Confused about aspects of computers and networks? Ask away! Library staff will show you how to find answers in this open format lecture.
Reduce Your Online Risk of Victimization
Cybercrime has been a growing problem across the world over the past few decades. While the public can hardly avoid working, shopping, financing, and recreating online these days, there are steps one can take to minimize the risk of being victimized. Join Dr. George W. Burruss, Associate Professor & Associate Chair of the Department of Criminology at the University of South Florida as he addresses online risks and the steps one can take to reduce one’s likelihood of being victimized. Hosted by the Belle Glade Library in honor of Internet Safety Month.