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There are two important conferences coming up that are generating a lot of interest, and both will have top-notch presenters on bullying and cyber bullying. The first is the Family Online Safety Institute November 9-10 in Washington D.C. I will be part of a panel on cyber bullying along with Elizabeth Englander of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, Will Gardner from Childnet International, and Jason Rzepka from MTV. There are some amazing sessions scheduled over the two days and I am particularly interested in hearing about new research from David Finkelhor as well as updates from danah boyd’s fieldwork with teens and social media.
Also in November, the International Bullying Prevention Association’s 7th Annual Conference, The Challenge and Promise of the Cyber World, Bullying Prevention in the Age of the Internet, takes place November 15–17 in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Susan Limber and I will be presenting on Cyber Bullying: Tools and Tips for Prevention. I will also be part of a pre-conference panel on Cyber Bullying and Youth Risk Online that will be moderated by Anne Collier and Larry Magid of ConnectSafely. I expect this panel to be groundbreaking in its breadth, because it will address youth risk online from a variety of perspectives. I hope you can make it to one or both of these exciting conferences, or read about them on this blog in a future post.
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