We're celebrating the launch of over 40 curriculum modules, written especially for library workers by the project team at NYC Digital Safety!
Join us on Zoom meetings to learn more about these approachable and engaging modules in train-the-trainers workshops.
This workshop features a walk through the project's website, where you can find these scalable modules on data privacy and digital security. We will walk you through a few of these modules and will share ideas for how you can incorporate them into your workshop offerings.
By the end of this two-part workshop, you will be able to:
Identify the topics that are covered in these curriculum modules and find them online
Figure out which modules work best in your pre-existing programs
Build your own workshops using these materials
This workshop will be interactive. While these workshops are geared toward the public library settings, these workshops are open to all library workers interested in sharing information with their users on data privacy. If you'd like to bone up on the concepts in data privacy and information security that are covered in these short modules, you are welcome to view the videos we made just for library workers like you at nycdigitalsafety.org.
NYC Digital Safety is funded by the City of New York's Office of Technology and Innovation. This project was managed by METRO Library Council with input from Brooklyn Public Library, The New York Public Library, and Queens Public Library.