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"Cyber Safety: Basics and Guideline" by Rajveer Kaur

Audience: Adult Learners of the age group 18-25

Tool: iSpring Suite 11

Description: The topic "Cyber Safety: Basics and Guidelines" provides an introduction to the fundamentals of cyber safety and offers practical guidelines for staying safe online. The module covers topics such as creating strong passwords, identifying phishing scams, securing personal information, and using social media safely. It also discusses the importance of keeping software up to date, avoiding public Wi-Fi hotspots, and backing up important data. By completing this eModule, learners will gain a better understanding of the risks associated with the internet and how to protect themselves and their personal information from cyber threats.

This training course aims

  • To raise awareness about the risks and threats associated with cyber activities, such as online scams, identity theft, malware attacks, and data breaches.
  • To encourage responsible behavior online, including the need to respect others' privacy and intellectual property rights, avoid cyberbullying, and comply with applicable laws and regulations.
  • To enhance the skills and competencies needed to navigate the digital world safely and securely, including critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making.

Overall, the objective of the training course "Cyber Safety: Basics and Guidelines" is to provide learners with the knowledge, skills, and awareness needed to protect themselves and their digital assets from cyber threats.

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  • Hi Rajveer Kaur ,

    Thank you for your work submission! Your course is outstanding!

    iSpringers, please vote for this work if you like this course and want to support Rajveer in the Championship👍

  • Rajveer Kaur ,

    Feedback from Mike Taylor: After taking the online course, I have a few points of feedback that I'd like to share. Firstly, I think that the course navigation could be improved. Some viewers might not realize that they need to click the arrows to get started, which could result in them reaching out to your support team. Adding an on-slide "Start" button could make it more obvious and reduce the need for additional assistance. Also, enabling the built-in course player navigation would be helpful.

    On a positive note, I enjoyed the story format that was used to present the information. The use of question prompts along the way was also a great learning design choice. Additionally, I appreciated that the text items were presented in a format other than the standard bullet point lists.

    However, one area that could be improved is consistency in the visuals. Currently, there is a mix of different styles, which can be distracting. Some of the imagery seems more decorative than instructive, which could be another easy upgrade to make.

    Finally, I found the ending to be a bit abrupt. Adding a personable message that tells the learner they have completed the course and offering additional resources or contact information for questions would be helpful.

    Overall, I believe that with a few small improvements, this online course could be even more effective in helping learners achieve their goals."

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