We all want a community where everyone - our young through to our seniors - have the confidence and capabilities to enjoy and  safely navigate the online space.  However, digital technology and online spaces can be complex and challenging, and can led to  pathways of harm.  Generation Online is at the crossroads where wellbeing, safety, and confidence online meet.  Developing digital fluency - the capabilities, knowledge of the online environment, digital skills, values and dispositions - is at the heart of what we do.  Tangata ako ana i te kāenga, te tūranga ki te marae, tau ana -  A person nurtured in the community contributes strongly to society.                                                                                                                                                                                          
Online Safety


Generation Online places the needs of your organisation at the forefront as we tailor services and supports as required.  We work with organisations, businesses, groups, ECE, schools and Kura, and young people. Our services and sessions can be delivered face-to-face or online. 
Workshops | Presentations
Supporting organisations, businesses, schools and Kura, students, Whānau, and ECE. Exploring the intersections between wellbeing, online safety, and confidence. Unpacking online risks and pathways to harm, and looking at positive approaches we can take. 
Consultation | Support
Offering tailored, timely support. This can include the review or development of policies and User Agreements;  guidance around incident management;  BoT responsibilities;  and responsibilities under the Harmful Digital Communications Act.
Digital Fluency | Literacies
Building knowledge of the online environment,  developing digital skills, fostering values and dispositions needed to thrive online.  Aligning educator PLD and student learning to Digital Fluencies in the Digital Technology and Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum.  



Insights, news and research about what's happening in the online space.
Insights and Research

CONTACT - anjela@generationonline.nz