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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