Generation Online is driven by knowledge, experience and an unrelenting passion to support others around the growing complexities and challenges evolving online.

We provide tailored education and management strategies, and in-time support to organisations, schools, Kura, ECE and many other groups. 

We are an associate of Digital Circus, and Cyclone Computers (NZ) MoE PLD providers, and some funding options may be available for schools including Kura.

Anjela Webster  M.Ed (Hons) is the founder of Generation Online, and brings knowledge and experience as an Education Advisor, leader, registered teacher and researcher in the work around the opportunities and challenges in the ‘online’ space for young people, families, schools, and organisations.  


Anjela worked as an Education Advisor for three plus years (Netsafe). In this role Anjela provided support for schools and Kura, and other organisations including the MoE, NZSTA, PPTA, NZEI, Police (SCO’s), Oranga Tamariki, DHBs, DIA, Refugee and ESOL groups, Waikato University, Wellbeing clusters, NZAIMS, Kahui Ako events, and conferences.

As an educator, Anjela has taught across ECE, primary and intermediate schools, through to the secondary school sector in state, state-integrated, and independent schools and held a number of leadership positions.

Anjela completed her M.Ed (Hons), focussing her research on looking at complexities around the ‘digital and online’ for younger people, schools, and Whānau.  Anjela published in the Springer Teacher Education Encyclopedia (2019) ‘Cybersafety, Advice for Teachers’.