A Suite of Resources
inDigiMOB seeks to support communities and partner organisations to bridge the digital divide and achieve their digital inclusion goals by adapting a number of resources and support possibilities according to needs, as identified by communities.
You can download and print the following Project Idea resources.
Be Deadly Online is an animation and poster campaign about big issues online, like bullying, reputation and respect for others.
Stay Smart Online provides simple, easy to understand advice on how to protect yourself online as well as up-to-date information on the latest online threats and how to respond.
Scamwatch is run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). It provides information to consumers and small businesses about how to recognise, avoid and report scams.
Everyone should know how to be safe when surfing the web, but internet safety tips and tricks are spread out all over the web without a go-to resource. Since the majority of internet scam and virus victims are students and young people, Open Colleges is a perfect place to post the very first full guide to being safe on the internet.
A list of some of the free and paid antivirus apps for Android devices.
RMIT University completed a study and report about cyber safety issues (such as cyberbullying, identity theft, harassment and scams) in remote Indigenous communities. They also produced a podcast of the discussions they had with community members about the report findings. It is called Disconnect and it is well worth a listen.
Disconnect was produced by RMIT University with support from Telstra, as an action within the ‘Connection and Capability’ priority focus area of Telstra’s Reconciliation Action Plan 2015–2018. Copyright: RMIT University 2018.
Our Phones, Our Rights: Translated and community-appropriate telecommunications resources for remote indigenous communities
QRAM worked with remote community members to produce printed and audio resources in five key Indigenous languages. The resources provide much-needed information on phone costs, how to deal with communications problems, and how to resolve issues with phone charges and billing to remote communities in local languages and in culturally appropriate forms.
ACCAN, helping telecommunications consumers with Top tips for phones and internet, Your Rights Guide, Mobile blackspot community consultation guide, the ACCAN Magazine; and more.
iParent is where parents can learn about the digital environment and keep updated on their children’s technology use. Here you can find guidance for using safety settings on your family’s web-connected devices, tips for choosing movies and games and strategies for keeping young people safe online.
Links to the Office of the eSafety Commissioner website.