NYCyber Safety Summit 2008 — Keeping NYC Kids Safe Online

The New York City Council will host:

NYCyber Safety Summit 2008 — Keeping NYC Kids Safe Online

Saturday, August 9th

Activities for Parents, Educators, and Youth (ages 9-18)

Doors Open: 10:00 a.m.

Program: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

(Please Arrive early to register)

Location: City Hall,  New York

Take the R, W trains to City Hall or the 4, 5, 6 to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall or the 2, 3 to Park Place or the J, M, Z to Chambers or the A, C, E to Chambers.

Translation services available.

To RSVP, please call (212) 788-6871

or e-mail events@council.nyc.gov

Tentative Schedule

Keeping NYC Kids Safe Online

Opening Remarks

New York City Council

Speaker Christine C. Quinn

Dennis Walcott

Deputy Mayor for Education and Community Development

Keynote Address

Rachel Dretzin

Author and Producer of PBS Frontline Documentary,

“Growing Up Online”

For Educators:

Elizabeth Naylor-Guitierrez

NYC Department of Education,

School Library Services

NYC Department of Education

Office of Instructional Technology

Cyber Safety Stations

Microsoft, Xbox Station

Google

WiredSafety

Symantec, Family Safety Guides

DOE Office for Family Engagement and Advocacy

iKeepSafe Coalition, Social Networking 101

For Parents and Guardians:

“Staying Safe In the Digital World:

A Roadmap to Keeping You

and Your Family Safe Online”

Norm Barber

Strategic Security Advisor, Microsoft

“What Parents and Educators Need to Know About Social Networks,

Cyberbullying and Online Risks”

Parry Aftab

CEO of WiredSafety

Robin Raskin,”The Internet Mom”

“Community Empowerment Online”

John Burchett

State Policy Counsel, Google

“Internet Safety in NYS:

Laws and State Advancements”

Justin Brookman

Internet Bureau Chief,

NYS Attorney General’s Office

“Gang Recruitment Online”

Norbert E. Davidson

Gang Prevention and Intervention Unit

NYC Department of Education

For Youth (ages 9-18):

Peer discussions, stories, and activities

TeenAngels and TweenAngels

Student discussions and activities

Parry Aftab, CEO of WiredSafety

Interactive games

Web Wise Kids

“Student Voices”

(interactive movie)

iKeepsafe Coalition

“Gang Recruitment Online”

Xochiltl Bravo

Gang Prevention and Intervention Unit

NYC Department of Education

Check back at www.council.nyc.gov for updates!