E-Learning Resources

Organizations Offering Learning Material for Children 

Complied by Fredrick F. Hall 

National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center (NICERC) 


NICERC is offering access to much of its curriculum. They are also having a CTF for high schoolers starting on April 1, 2020. 

Center for Cyber Safety and Education (CCSE) 


CCSE is sharing much of its cyber safety material for free. They do have an offer for a three Garfield cyber comic book bundle for $17.00. 

Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS) 


CIAS the creators of Cyber Threat Defender and other cyber games has downloadable content. You can download their games for free, which teach cyber defense and attack, cyber safety, and encryption. 

CIAS has also created content for elementary school children called Culture of Cybersecurity 

Link to site



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SANS Institution 


CyberStart Go

Students have 60 minutes to play through as many of the challenges as you can. 

PC Matic 


PC Matic, American cybersecurity firm, announced it is offering free cybersecurity and remote management tools to K-12 schools utilizing e-learning and non-profit organizations who are aiding in COVID-19 relief efforts 

Youth Code Jam (YCJ) 


YCJ is offering a free coding book on Kindle: Networks for Kids (Tinker Toddlers) 

Link to book

Bexar County Information Technology (BCIT) 


This website helps citizens access demographic, geographic, and historical data more easily than ever before! From this site you can also access our open data portal for even more information. 

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Microsoft Education Center 



The Microsoft Education Center has many different activities for students. They have material for different age groups 3-6, 6-9, and 9-12. 

CodingWizards HQ 


CodingWizards HQ is offering 46 free classes for coding websites and Apps 

Link to site

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) 


The FBI has a learning material for children for internet safety from 3rd to 8th graders. 

Link to Site

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