Collaborative learning that rules out cyberbullying
Despite anti-bullying policies, recent studies show cyberbullying to be the most common form of victimization in schools. 21% of US students report exposure to cyberbullying which can sometimes end tragically. Completely blocking Chat and Instant Messaging is not a solution. It discards valuable 21st Century tools essential to collaborative learning and skill building. DIG supervises the use of Chat and Instant Messaging in real time, flagging signs of misuse and terminating harmful language, as well as sending email/SMS alerts to administrators.
DIG's real-time Safe Chat - How it works!
Dynamic Internet Guard (DIG)
is an intelligent web filtering solution that enables students to safely explore, research and learn collaboratively in a 21st Century world.Learn more