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The We R Richmond eLearning Expo 6 is a FREE eLearning conference for:

  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Coaches
  • Technology staff
  • Other eLearning professionals

With special keynote presenter, Janelle McLaughlin!


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Wednesday, July 19 • 12:45pm - 2:45pm
Cybersafety: For You and Your Students (2 Hours) LIMITED

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Technology changes all the time, and your students are constantly finding the newest websites, apps and gadgets. It’s vital they learn the rules of Internet safety so they can use technology responsibly. The information provided will not only assist you in understanding the online challenges your students face, but also suggest some tips for you as an educator.

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Cathie Bledsoe

Youth Educator, Indiana State Police
Cathie Bledsoe, is a Youth Educator for the Indiana State Police (ISP) Internet Crime against Children Task Force (ICAC). The ISP provides presentations to Indiana schools, churches and youth organizations. These presentations provide age appropriate, timely information, relevant... Read More →


Wednesday July 19, 2017 12:45pm - 2:45pm
L111 RIchmond High School
  • Session Length 2 Hours
  • Technical Difficulty Beginner
  • Intended Audience 0K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12, Administrators, eLearning and Instructional Coaches
  • Session Objectives: Participant will understand the challenges students face online and best practices for educators to protect their online reputation. They will gain an awareness of the responsibilities of educators, when dealing with student’s online behavior. They will be guided to understand how to embody healthy attributes of a digital citizen and be an example for their students

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