- At Life Online, students examine how digital technologies have changed the way people communicate, and decide where they stand on a range of online behaviors.
- Teachers can download the standards and a guide to go with the student activity. Access requires free registration. From Boston radio and television station WGBH.
- The activity includes several videos, one of which is One Boy's Online Tragedy—After Ryan Halligan committed suicide, his father, John, went on Ryan's computer to search for answers and learned about the taunting that his son endured both at school and online.
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