Discover Your Child’s Digital Footprint

Tweet, like, snap: Do you know how to do these things? Research indicates that your teen or tween likely does. More than two-thirds of American teens have a presence on at least one social media site, and 93 percent go online daily.

Our upcoming Lifelong Learning session, “The Plugged-In Life of Teens and Tweens: What’s the Impact?,” will feature a discussion about the effects of increased Internet and social media access for adolescents. Program Coordinator in the Division of Child and Community Health at Child Health Specialty Clinics Marcus Barlow, 14MPH, will present research and resources for adults hoping to guide children through the messy digital landscape.

Please join us at the Cedar Rapids Public Library — Downtown, 450 Fifth Ave. S.E., at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, for this important conversation.

This event is free, open to the public, and will include refreshments. Register and find additional information here.

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