This section includes resources for students, parents, and teachers to help identify, understand, and prevent online bullying. Resources include videos, research, articles, training materials, and curriculum.
10 Ways Parents Can Prevent Cyberbullying
Tips for parents on how to make sure their children aren’t involved with cyberbullying.
11 Facts About Cyberbullying
As a recent issue, cyberbullying can be incredibly damaging to a child’s self esteem and self-worth. As a part of the DoSomething.org website, this resource provides a database for information and statistics regarding bullying.
A Call to Stop Cyber Bullying
Information on bullying, cyber bullying, signs of bullying, effects of bullying, advice for youth, resources for students, and resources for parents and teachers.
Perry Aftab is a personal lawyer with advice about how to identify and deal with cyberbullies according to the law.
American Psychological Association
Information from psychologists about how to prevent and deal with cyberbullying among all ages.
Brochures on Cyberbullying (Elizabeth Englander, PhD)
Information on how parents can deal with cuberbullying and the cyberbullied.
Bullying Information Center
Articles, research, videos, and information on bullying at school as well as online bullying.
This site is a comprehensive resource center for prevention of bullying, harassment, violence, cyberbullying, and school bullies.
Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media is a blog run by a mother who can help answer your questions about whether a child is being cyber bullied, how to prevent it, and what to do if it is happening.
This website provides an informational sheet to parents and teachers about how to deal with cyberbullying as well as how to speak to students and children about how to deal with their situations.
Cyberbullying and Online Teens
This article focuses on a study of how teens are affected by cyberbullying in comparison to in person bullying.
This website is in support of a book written by three authors with PhDs in psychology about how to prevent and control cyberbullying in the digital age. There are also tips for teens, parents, and educators about how to deal with cyberbullying.
Cyberbully Hotline is tip line that schools can use to have students report incidents of cyberbullying, the website also offers resources for teachers and parents to deal with cyberbullying if a child reports it to them.
With examples, facts, news, resources, and what can be done to help stop bullying, this site is a hub for parents with children experiencing bullying.
Cyberbullying Curriculum and Prevention Resources
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) is a membership organization that develops programs, products, and services essential to the way educators learn, teach, and lead.
Information about the findings of the effects of cyberbullying and its prevalence in American Teens.
Cyberbullying Research Center
This website provides important resources for educators, parents and students to obtain the necessary help in cyberbullying instances.
Cyberbullying: Tools and Tips for Prevention and Intervention
Archived webcast presentation on Cyberbullying (April 2009) from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. It highlights efforts aimed at preventing cases of cyber bullying and how to intervene when such cases are identified or suspected. This link includes the webcast, video, slides, presentation, and transcripts.
CyberCrimes: Battling a New Kind of Home Intruder
This article has 4 parts to it, and is all about cybercrimes -- cyberstalking and cyberbullying and how to keep yourself safe from it.
Delete Cyber Bullying is a website dedicated to research on cyberbullying and how to prevent and stop it. They have multiple resources for people of all ages as well as news articles, updates, and what to do if you encounter a cyberbullying situation.
A resource for teachers or parents on lessons about cyber bullying for their kids.
A resource full of tips and information about what cyberbullying is, how it affects students, and what to do about those issues.
A blog and resource written with a background in law about how to deal with the digital age and how to get students to help decrease cyberbullying going on around them.
Fast Facts About Bullying
This webpage provides insight on cyberbullying as well as resources and campaigns against cyberbullying. There are tips, facts, and ways to get involved in the movement to end cyberbullying.
Helpguide is a non profit website that is dedicated to metal health issues. This page focuses on cyberbullying, how to recognize it, prevent it, and deal with it. There are helpful tips for children dealing with bullies, parents of the bullies or bullied, and teachers.
A project and movement to help delete negativity on social media.
A website that has many resources and tips for parents about how to deal with cyberbullying and their kids relationship to it.
This website is dedicated to helping LBGT youth navigate their development and get help with any questions they might have. There is a specific resource page on what to do if faced with a cyberbully.
It Gets Better Project
An online resource for LBGTQ kids and adults who struggle with cyberbullies that caters to their difficulties and helps see them through their struggles.
Here is a helpline for kids who need support, there is information on cyberbullying: why it happens, how it happens, and what to do if it happens to you.
Resources for teachers on cyberbullying in and around their classroom, what to do about it and lessons on how to teach your students about it.
An educational resource created by Carnegie Mellon University. Includes tips for dealing with cyberbullying online and in the classroom.
National Crime Prevention Council
Information and resources to curb the growing problem of cyber bullying. This NCPC campaign site contains information on how to prevent and report cyberbullying and Public Service Announcement's designed to raise awareness about preventing cyberbullying.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Publications and related resources on Internet Safety - Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Safety tips to help protect children from cyber bullying.
NetSmart is a resource for parents and educators about how to minimize and end cyberbullying in this digital age. There are tips on prevention as well as how to start a discussion with kids about the effects of cyberbullying.
A resource geared towards parents that explains cyberbullying and how to be smart and protect kids online.
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through creative, relevant and interactive resources. PACER's bullying prevention resources are designed to benefit all students, including students with disabilities. PACER offers digital-based resources for parents, schools, teens and youth.
An online resource for kids to play games in the “internet academy” and learn about how to use the internet safely and kindly.
Peer Leaders Understanding Students gives educators tools to build a positive school climate.
Tedx – “Cyberbullying – Save a Life from Your Computer”
Suzannah Townsend explores the link between cyberbullying and suicide in a powerful slam poem and lets you know how you can help.
Teens Against Bullying
Created by and for teens, it's a place for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, to be heard, and to join an important social cause.
An article about what cyberbullying is and how schools can help stop it.
State By State Laws on Cyberbullying
The laws for each state about cyberbullying and stalking.
This website, created by the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides information on bullying, including where children can turn if they are being bullied and resources for adults to help prevent bullying. Get tips, facts, toolkits, training materials, and more. The resource inventory includes federal and non-federal training materials, evidence-based program directories, articles, and other resources that you may find helpful in addressing the problem of bullying.
STOP Cyberbullying is a national campaign that is driven to end cyberbullies. There are resources about what to do if you are bullied as well as if you are a bully and want to stop.
Web Wise offers fun, challenging and interactive simulations based on real-life criminal cases, focusing on issues like bullying, cyber stalking, online predators, identity theft and more. Their Cyber Bullying guide gives a basic definition of what cyber bullying is, what you can do for your child, advice and prevention techniques.