The guys at The Best Computer Science Schools asked me to share this infograhic about privacy and security on Facebook (Thanks to Naomi Paton). Good to check it out and think about … Continue reading →
Bonnie Moore from BestEducationDegrees.com asked me to share this infographic offering facts and tips on Cyber Bullying with you. Thanks to Bonnie.
As I am a fan of podcasts it’s good to see Dr. Jonathan Singer, founder of The Social Work Podcast, being interviewed on Learning by Podcasts. For THE NEW SOCIAL … Continue reading →
Our colleague Cyber Social Worker (@CyberSocialWork) recently shared his thoughts on „Infusing ICT Content Across the Social Work Curriculum“. Based on his experience as a trainer for social workers delivering workshops … Continue reading →
A recent report published by EU Kids Online offers a country classification focussing at opportunities, risks, harm and parental mediation of children’s internet use. Here is the executive summary. The … Continue reading →
Growing Up with Social Media – Infographic | Letterbox Blog.
Could social networking prevent suicide in teenagers? Study finds most young people would turn to technology to ask for help | Mail Online
Helen Collis, Mail Online, recently shared a post discussing the question if social networking could provent teenage suicide. She refers to a study by Scottye Cash, College of Social Work … Continue reading →
Cyberbullying remains one of the major problems in the use of social media. A growing trend in Cyberbullying is „Catfishing“ – using a false identity online for networking or bullying … Continue reading →
Our colleague Cyber Social Worker from the School of Social Work at Western Michigan University shared on the Cyber Social Worker blog the plan on how to use iPads in … Continue reading →