We support Australian children, educators and families to build essential digital skills to develop a generation of safe and strong digital citizens who are capable and compassionate.
Through the approach eSmart provides, we help children and young people reduce their risk of exposure to online harm and empower them to safely and successfully navigate the digital world.
Importantly, our eSmart programs in primary schools, secondary schools, and public libraries are aligned with the national school curriculum and empower students, teachers and parents to create safe and supportive school communities where all students have the freedom to flourish.
eSmart, an initiative of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, is a suite of prevention programs helping schools and libraries maintain a supportive and connected community to reduce bullying, and increase wellbeing.
An organisational, systems-change initiative offering a framework and resources to help the implementation of safe operational and digital standards in the whole-school environment.
A cyber safety framework designed to fully equip libraries, staff and library users with the skills they need for smart, safe and responsible use of digital technology.
Engaging and interactive workshops and seminars to teacher, parent, and student cohorts to identify how to navigate the online world and manage risk safely.
An innovative, online learning experience that helps build digital intelligence in students aged 10-14 years.
Engaging secondary students in essential media literacy education through an innovative, gamified resource that reflects youth experiences.
National eSmart Week is a week-long event that celebrates all the incredible work that schools and libraries across the country are doing to promote positive digital citizenship.