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Webinar Preview: Decoding Digital Parenting

Think back to when you were just a child, learning to navigate social situations at schools, athletic events, and other in-person activities. For today’s child, that pressure isn’t alleviated when they’re at home, for that’s when they’re often exposed to a wide range of social networks and digital experiences that can be tricky to navigate.

Now more than ever, parents need to truly understand the scope of the digital interactions their children experience. They need to know what tools and services are available to help ensure their kids have safe and positive interactions. And they need to know how to educate those kids on the many nuances of digital participation.

ModSquad is here to offer advice. We manage digital communities and social media, and moderate content for global brands. We’ve provided a safe harbor for the many young digital users of children’s education and entertainment properties, publishers, and developers. When it comes to child safety, we understand parents’ concerns. With our extensive background in this area, we’ve identified the steps you need to take to help your child navigate the digital world.

Join us as Izzy Neis, ModSquad’s Head of Digital, presents our upcoming webinar, Decoding Digital Parenting. It’s a free, one-hour discussion about what digital parenting looks like in 2020 and beyond. Izzy is a recognized expert in this arena and the perfect guide for parents seeking a better understanding of digital parenting. A published author with 20+ years working in the digital space, she strategizes, develops, and creates engaging social experiences for ModSquad clients like PBS Kids, Harry Potter, Random House, and Nat Geo Kids. She is a familiar face at conferences focusing on children’s safety in the digital world, has spoken at symposiums, schools, and universities, and discussed COPPA and children’s safety legislation in congressional meetings.

So mark your calendars! This webinar will take place on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. PT. We hope you’ll be there.

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