The struggle is real for parents raising kids in today's digital world. From endless social media channels and apps, to more serious dangers like cyberbullying and "sexting," keeping our kids safe online can feel beyond overwhelming.
Arapahoe Libraries is partnering with parents, caregivers and the community by offering a workshop on how to safely navigate the internet presented by Katie Greer, a nationally recognized expert on internet/digital safety and technology, on Thursday, October 11, 7-8:30 pm at Koelbel Library (5955 S. Holly St., Centennial).
Greer will help parents navigate complicated digital waters, share trends and discuss what's next on the horizon when it comes to children and technology. She'll empower parents with proactive strategies to keep online learning safe and enjoyable. Due to mature program content and discussions, this program is for adults only.
Greer, who has been featured on CNN and in USA Today and Parent's Magazine, shares her dynamic message with thousands of parents, teachers, school administrators and law enforcement officials across the country. She developed her educational program while working for the Corruption, Fraud and Computer Crime Division of the Attorney General's Office in Massachusetts.
To learn more or to save your space for the program, visit arapahoelibraries.org/digital-safety or call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279).