About the program
The Cybermarvel program is delivered in partnership and collaboration with the eSafety Commissioner, Grok Academy, Microsoft, Google, Palo Alto Networks, Kim Maslin, Inform and Empower, Cyber Safety Project, AWS and Lisa Rothfield-Kirschner. It takes direction from the eSafety Commissioner’s Best Practice Framework.
The program had a successful launch in 2021 with over 35,000 students, 500 staff and 350 parents from across Australia learning to be safe, responsible and respectful online. We gave away 300 cyber packs for hands-on learning in the classroom.
Students’ rights and responsibilities
Understanding students’ rights and responsibilities in the digital age is vital for young people and is the theme for the Cybermarvel program. The program will help school communities to have fun, engaging and safe discussions to help nurture good digital citizens.
Learn online safety and develop digital maturity skills to get started in 2023. Resources for primary and high schools.
Educators use technology to communicate and work with students and colleagues. While this has advantages it also comes with risks and responsibilities. Be digitally aware and support your students with their online safety education.
Being online allows your family to learn, socialise and have fun. But it can be challenging to ensure you are all safe. Learn how to improve your digital awareness, identify scams and protect your family when online.
Calling all 5 to 7-year-olds! Want to learn and have fun at the same time? Watch our cyber playtime videos and make a mask or answer questions and write some crazy passwords that only you know. Be cyber marvellous!