Students are quite adept at the practice of cyber-relationships. Email, Snapchat, texting, gaming, Facebook, Twitter and other media have become popular communication methods for students, even replacing face-to-face contact for some. While such methods are appealing due to ease of use and apparent anonymity, students are often not aware of the potential problems that can result. Some of the bad things that happen in actual relationships, such as harassment, stalking, and predation, can also occur online.
Here are a few tips on how to protect yourself in cyberworld:
Call the Counseling Center at 348-3863 if you are experiencing difficulties in cyberspace.