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					Cyber bullying

October 2008

This is a guide to information currently available through the Library Resource Centre at Library Support Services on “Cyberbullying." To obtain this information, you can book online in the “Library Resource Centre Online Catalogue ” at, visit the library, or call the LRC at 788-0203. We are located in the Prince Charles Educational Resource Centre at 1075 Wellington Avenue. Prepared by Marsha Bowyer, Library Support Services.

Keywords: Internet Harassment Bullying Subject headings: Cyberbullying Computer crimes Internet in education Internet and children Internet – Safety measures

302.3 LIM Cyber bullying : A Prevention curriculum for grades 6-12. Center City, MN: Hazelden, c2008. 302.3 NOR No room for bullies : From the classroom to cyberspace. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press, c2005. 363.119 371 KID Kids in the know personal safety program [high school]. Winnipeg: Child Find Manitoba, c2006. 371.58 CAT Catto, Ettie. Cyber bullying prevention, the BullySmart way. Sooke, BC: BullySmart Publications, c2006. 371.58 WIL Willard, Nancy E. Cyberbullying and cyberthreats : Responding to the challenge of online social aggression, threats, and distress. Champaign, Il: Research Press, c2007. 371.58 WIL

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Willard, Nancy E. Cyberbullying and cyberthreats : Responding to the challenge of online social cruelty, threats, and distress. Eugene, OR: Center for Safe and Responsible Internet, c2006.

Audience levels: P = Kindergarten – Grade 2 J = Grades 7 - 8 I = Grades 3 - 6 S = Grades 9 - 12 A = Adult

7 ways to block a cyberbully. Owatna, MN: Learning ZoneXpress, c2008. 1 videodisc (20 min.) + 3 sheets. SUMMARY: Cyber bullies don’t shove kids on the playground or steal lunch money, but they are just as dangerous. They stay hidden behind technology and target students on the Internet and through cell phones. This program teaches students how to be smart and stay safe in a cyberbully situation. Audience : IJSA. Booking # DVD0253 Cyber-bullying. Toronto: CBC Learning, c2002. 1videodisc (13 min.) SUMMARY: They are the latest weapons in a bully's arsenal - computers and the internet. For many teenagers, the web is like a second home where they go to talk and catch up with friends. But for some, that home isn't so safe these days because bullies have been coming to call. Hiding behind the anonymity of the Internet, cyber-bullies are setting up abusive websites about certain students and inviting others to join in with lewd and offensive comments. The victims suffer the blows of humiliation every time they log onto the Internet, making their lives unbearable and suffering deep emotional wounds. Right now there's little anyone can do to stop it. Audience: A. Booking # DVD0252 Internet safety with the smart guy. Oakville, ON: Magic Lantern Group [distributor], c1999. 1 videocassette (22 min., 38 sec.) + 1 teacher's guide. SUMMARY: An episode of the television program, The smart guy. Two adolescents learn that real-world risks exist in cyberspace. Students will learn specific guidelines to follow in order to avoid danger and minimize risks when using the Internet. Audience: PIJ. Booking # VHS4157 Real people : Bullying, the internet and you. Pleasantville, NY: Sunburst Visual Media, c2005. 1 videodisc (22 min.) or 1 videocassette (22 min.) + 1 teacher’s guide. SUMMARY: This program is designed for educators to use with teens in order to empower them to use the Internet without fear, and without resorting to mistreating anyone. By presenting the true stories of real teens who were bullied online, it challenges teens to realize that the person at the other end of the "enter" button is a real human being with the same feelings, hopes and needs as they have. Audience: IJA. Booking # DVD0243 or VHS4320 Real people : How not to be a victim : Violence prevention. Pleasantville, NY: Sunburst Technology, c2003. 1 videocassette (24 min.) + 1 teacher's guide. SUMMARY: Teaches students how to go to and from school safely; prevent theft of personal property at school; avoid a physical fight; handle a bully; deal with sexual


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harassment; be safe when home alone; and use the Internet safely. Audience: IJ. Booking # VR3699 A Rose for Livvy : A Story about internet safety for teens. [Plainview, NY]: Distributed by Bureau for At-Risk Youth, c2003. 1 videodisc (29 min.) + 1 leader's guide. SUMMARY: A story about an internet predator and internet danger. A lonely girl develops an online relationship with someone she meets in an internet chat room. The online relationship evolves into a personal encounter at a nearby mall. Unfortunately, the man Livvy meets turns out to be very different than what she expected. This program, based on real-life situations, emphasizes the possible dangers of developing internet relationships. Audience: JSA. Booking # DVD0222 Taking a stand : The Bullying prevention series. Lawrenceville, NJ: Meridian Education Corp., c2006. 4 videodiscs (72 min.) + 1 workbook. SUMMARY: No longer a simple matter of schoolyard scuffles and "boys will be boys," bullying is now recognized as a major threat to the education of America's young people. Research shows that bullying involves both genders, affects youth of every background, and has become more widespread with the help of digital technology. This series helps identify bullying, confront its instigators, and assist victims -- all with the ultimate goal of prevention. Program provides teachers with guidance on how to effectively facilitate an ongoing dialogue with students, promote awareness of bullying and take steps to prevent its occurrence. Audience: JA. Booking # DVD0254 Think before you click : Playing it safe online. Toronto: McIntyre Media, c2008. 1 videodisc (24 min.) + 1 teachers resource book. SUMMARY: This program is designed to help educators raise serious issues and provide sound advice about a whole new world where teens can have fun, do research, play games and learn, with little fear of harm because they know the risks and know how to protect themselves. Strategies for safe and responsible Internet use are provided in the form of 12 simple rules. Audience: JS. Booking # DVD0250 What's a bully. [Hawthorne, NY]: Sunburst Visual Media, c2005. 1 videodisc (17 min., 45 sec.) + 1 teacher's guide. SUMMARY: Bullies come in all shapes, sizes and genders. This program points out, more often than not the kids who engage in these behaviors usually don't think of themselves as bullies. Using situations that middle -elementary students will readily recognize, the program dramatizes different examples of bullying behavior: physical bullying, teasing with putdowns and taunts, spreading rumors, and harassing with threats and insults over the Internet. The program concludes by urging viewers to examine and think about their own behavior. Audience: I. Booking # DR0019

Brydolf, Carol. “Minding MySpace : Balancing the benefits and risks of students’ online social networks.” Educational Digest 73.2 (2007): 4-8. Chibbaro, Juilia S. “School counselors and the cyberbully : Interventions and implications.” Professional School Counseling 11.1 (2007): 65-67.
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“Cyber bullying : Understanding and preventing online harassment and bullying” School Libraries in Canada 25.4 (2006): 17-22. Goddard, Connie. “Cyber world bullying.” Educational Digest 73.7 (2008): 4-9. Hayes, Susan. “Cyberbullies r 4 real.” Current Health 34.8 (2008): 16-19. Hitchcock, J.A. “Cyberbullies, online predators, and what to do about them.” MultiMedia & Internet@Schools 14 3 (2007): 13-15. Juvonen, Jaana and Elisheva F. Gross. “Extending the school grounds? : Bullying experiences in cyberspace.” Journal of School Health 78.9 (2008): 496-505. Long, Cindy. “Silencing cyberbullies.” NEA Today 26.8 (2008): 28-29. Mckenna, Phil. “The Rise of cyberbullying.” New Scientist 195.2613 (2007): 26-27. Smith Fran. “Going after cyberbullies.” Prevention 58.9 (2006): 143-144. Stover, Del. “Treating cyberbullying as a school violence issue.” Education Digest 72.4 (2006):40-42. Wagner, Cynthia G. “Beating the cyberbullies.” Futurist 42.5 (2008): 14-15. Wolfsberg, Jeffrey S. “Student safety from cyberbullies, in chat rooms and in instant messaging.” Education Digest 72.2 (2006): 33-37.

BC Teachers’ Federation : Cyberbullying. 2008. 7 Oct. 2008 Government of Alberta. 8 Oct. 2008 Bullied by a mouse. Strom Paris and Strom Robert. 2004. 7 Oct. 2008 Canadian Teachers’ Federation = la Fédération canadienne des enseignantes et des enseignants. 2008. 7 Oct. 2008 Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use. 2007. 7 Oct. 2008 Cyber bullying : Identifying the causes and consequences of online harassment. 2008. 7 Oct. 2008


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Pathfinder - Cyberbullying Bill Belsey. 7 Oct. 2008 International Cyber-Bullying Project. 2008. 7 Oct. 2008. Media Awareness Network : Web Aware. 2007. 7 Oct. 2008 National Crime Prevention Council : Delete cyberbullying. 2008. 7 Oct. 2008 NetSafe. 2008. The Internet Safety Group. 7 Oct. 2008 PrevNet. 2007. 7 Oct. 2008 SafeCanada : Cyber bullying. 2008. Government of Canada. 7 Oct. 2008 Stop cyberbullying. 2008. WiredKids, Inc. 7 Oct. 2008. .html WiredSafety. WiredKids, Inc. 7 Oct. 2008


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