The latest GEG NZ Hangout on Air – Maker Culture. This is our first hangout on air to involve students and we were delighted with the discussion and ideas shared. A huge thank you to Anne Batchelor, Liz Fairhall from Selwyn House School in Christchurch, as well as Bridget McKendry and her students from Fab Lab XcCH in Christchurch.Read More
Are you worried about whether your children can stumble onto content in Youtube that isn’t appropriate or safe? This short video will show you how to use safe search on Google so that you can avoid this for your children.
Many web filtering services that schools force safe search to be enabled by default and so this is something that parents must do manually in the home. Therefore, this is an important tip for parents who may not have filtering set up on their home networks.
Many web filtering services that schools use force safe search to be enabled by default, so this is something that parents must do manually in the home. Therefore, this is an important tip for parents who may not have filtering set up on their home networks.
This video is slightly dated now but the concepts are the same. The main difference is that the settings for Google are now at the bottom right of the screen. All other aspects (such as having to log in to lock safe search on the browser) are the same.
The concept of enabling/locking safe search also applies to the use of YouTube, as shown in this tutorial which looks at three useful aspects:
- Using Safe Search on Google
- Using Safe Search on YouTube
- Using a safe web search engine search
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