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Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing
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Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing

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Brief presentation about Nominet Trust's interest in Web Safe

Brief presentation about Nominet Trust's interest in Web Safe

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  • 1. Positive Approaches to Digital Safety
    Dan Sutch
    Head of Development Research
    dan.sutch@nominettrust.org.uk
  • 2. Investing in, and supporting 3 broad areas
    Getting people online
    Staying safe online
    Use of the internet for social good
    www.nominettrust.org.uk
  • 3. dan.sutch@nominettrust.org.uk @dansutch
    Next Call for Proposals:
    Application deadline: Monday 14th March (eligibility form beginning of March)
  • 4. Range of Approaches to Digital Safety
    http://www.digitalme.co.uk/safe/
    www.beatbullying.org
  • 5. www.beatbullying.org
  • 6. www.digitalme.co.uk/safe/
  • 7. UKCCIS research highlights
    Only 2% of children (8-15) say they are not confident in keeping themselves safe online
    Yet...
    17% would give out their home address (12-15s)
    52% would give out their email address (12-15s)
    29% would give out their phone number (12-15s)
    www.education.gov.uk/ukccis - interim key findings for Children’s Internet Safety
  • 8. Positive Approaches to Digital Safety
    ...‘there is extensive theory, conceptual development and policy on digital literacy and digital participation, yet little evidence about how this can be translated into practice.’
    Hague , C and Williamson, B. (2009) Digital participation, digital literacy and school subjects; a review of the policies, literature and evidence. Futurelab
  • 9.
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  • 11. Safe, effective and appropriate uses of the Internet
    We are seeking to improve understanding of how to increase web access and safety, as well as how the Internet can be used to enhance people’s lives
    Get involved: cloudlearn.net
    digitalme.co.uk/safe
    beatbullying.org
    dan.sutch@nominet.org.uk
    @dansutch

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