Webinar Recording from July 31, 2020

The shift to virtual education has created a host of challenges for University and High School staff, not the least of which is navigating online abuse and prioritizing the digital safety of students.

As students acclimate to an increasingly digital existence and schools welcome them back, it is critical we understand how dating violence, stalking, impersonation and harassment have also gone digital. In this introductory 45-minute webinar, we touch on both knowledge and skill building to identify, prevent and respond to technology-enabled abuse.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the webinar, attendees will be able to:

1. Explain the evolving landscape of technology-enabled abuse

2. Identify 2 common forms of technology-enabled abuse

3. Explain the 3 pillars of digital safety and incorporate these concepts into existing practices

4. Apply 2 tech-savvy safety planning measures

Who should attend: University and High School staff including counselors, investigators, advocates, teachers, title IX staff, etc.


Adam Dodge


Adam Dodge, J.D., is a California Attorney, and founder of EndTAB, who specializes in the ways technology is misused to harm victims of gender-based violence, elder abuse, human trafficking and stalking. He co-authored The Empowered Woman’s Guide to Divorce and has contributed to features in the Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, SELF Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Gizmodo, GQ and others. Adam spends a great deal of his time delivering innovative technology-enabled abuse presentations to victim-serving organizations and government agencies around the world.