A Free Educational Resource Created by Carnegie Mellon University to Empower You to Secure Your Part of Cyberspace


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Carnegie Cyber Academy

The Carnegie Cyber Academy is the Internet home of the Carnegie Cadets. On this very special site, children and teens can play some excellent mini games, read stories and visit the blogs of members of the Carnegie Cadets and cadets-in-training. As they get all the nail-biting, breathtaking details about the heroes and villains of cyberspace, they'll look forward to meeting up with the characters of the game, which is available as a free download from the site. You and your kids are invited to join the cadets at the Carnegie Cyber Academy .

Carnegie Cyber Academy 

Carnegie Cadets: The MySecureCyberspace® Game

Do your children know how to spot spam? Do they know what not to say in front of strangers in chat rooms? As young cadets in Carnegie Cadets: The MySecureCyberspace Game, your children meet a world of characters they'll love and play games to earn points and badges while learning the ins and outs of Internet safety and computer security. The game, designed for upper elementary school children, is available to registered users as a free download from the Carnegie Cyber Academy Web site. Visit the site  to register and get started.

BeSeen: A Free Mobile App

BeSeen  is provided by Carnegie Mellon University and Web Wise Kids  to teach youth how to be responsible in social networks by securing their private and personal information, protecting their online reputation and defending their peers.

This online safety mobile application is a single-player game that simulates a social networking website. The player creates a profile and starts earning "friend" characters and interacting with them. The player learns about others through their posts and helps them through challenges in order to win awards and make new friends.

In BeSeen , the ultimate quest is to make friends. At first, that is a matter of getting involved in school activities, but as more friends join a social circle, they bring their problems with them. To keep friends and make more, it's important not only to be involved but to be a good friend. Who is up for the challenge?

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