Join Do Space, Omaha Public Library, Common Sense Media and Metropolitan Community College for Cyber Sense: Digital Safety for Families on Thursday 9/14 from 5:00pm-7:00pm.
From school-related consequences to civil and criminal case precedents, guest speaker Karen Haase opens your eyes to the reality of life in the digital fast-lane of today. Karen will cover hot topics from cyberbullying to sexting in a candid manner that equips audience members with strategies they can use to be good digital decision-makers.
This family-friendly event will highlight ways to keep your kids safe in today’s digital world. Speaker Karen Haase will present at 6pm and activities for kids and teens will be available, as well as light refreshments will be served.
Karen Haase is a highly accomplished school attorney who practices throughout the state. Her popular presentations have been delivered to critical and popular acclaim to student and parent audiences all over Nebraska.
The program will include the following:
5:00-5:45pm: Common Sense Media presentation/activities
5:45-6:00pm: Opening remarks by Rebecca Stavick, Executive Director of Do Space
6:00-7:00: Karen's presentation for older children and parents
6:00-7:00pm: OPL/Do Space storytime and activity stations for younger children