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Campus and Local Resources
Cazenovia College Copyright Policy
Provided by the Information & Communication Technologies Department (ICT) on their myCaz web page, this document summarizes copyright information relevant to creating works at Cazenovia College.
Federal Trade Commission: Consumer Advice
Get consumer alerts, advice on what to do if you're scammed, tips about shopping online, and more.
Internet World Stats
"An International website that features up to date World Internet Users, Population Statistics, Facebook Stats and Internet Market Research Data."
Mobile Technology and Home Broadband 2021
An article written by the Pew Research Center about the availability of reliable internet connection in American homes.
Openly licensed images, audio and more.
Royalty free images, videos, and music.
Polk State Libraries: Internet Addiction
"The Polk State College library guide for internet addiction research topics."
"We break down and clarify rights and choices to foster a better understanding of data privacy."
Stop. Think. Connect.
"STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ is the global online safety awareness campaign to help all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online."
Managed by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, StopBullying.gov offers education, prevention, and resources on cyberbullying.
Tiffin University: Netiquette and Internet Safety
"Tips and resources for practicing online etiquette and safety."
US Department of Justice: Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section
The branch of the Dept. of Justice that investigates and prosecutes computer and intellection property crime, as well as provide advice to other prosecutors and agents around the world.
Activities & Events
Campus and Local Activities & Events
Other Activities & Events
Chicago Public Library: DigitalLearn
Short courses that will teach you how to use a computer to do almost anything, including how to be safe online, being more productive, and online job searching.
Money Smart Week
An online conference featuring panels of experts talking about financial topics like credit, social security, and purchasing a home. Events are free and open to the public, but registration is advised. Some videos from past events are available as well.