Positive Approaches to Digital Safety <br />Dan Sutch<br />Head of Development Research<br />dan.sutch@nominettrust.org.uk...
Investing  in, and supporting 3 broad areas<br />Getting people online<br />Staying safe online<br />Use of the internet f...
dan.sutch@nominettrust.org.uk   @dansutch<br />Next Call for Proposals:<br />Application  deadline: Monday 14th March (eli...
Range of Approaches to Digital Safety<br />http://www.digitalme.co.uk/safe/<br />www.beatbullying.org<br />
www.beatbullying.org<br />
www.digitalme.co.uk/safe/<br />
UKCCIS research highlights<br />Only 2% of children (8-15) say they are not confident in keeping themselves safe online<br...
Positive Approaches to Digital Safety<br />...‘there is extensive theory, conceptual development and policy on digital lit...
Safe, effective and appropriate uses of the Internet<br />	We are seeking to improve understanding of how to increase web ...
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Nominet Trust Lunchtime Briefing

  1. 1. Positive Approaches to Digital Safety <br />Dan Sutch<br />Head of Development Research<br />dan.sutch@nominettrust.org.uk<br />
  2. 2. Investing in, and supporting 3 broad areas<br />Getting people online<br />Staying safe online<br />Use of the internet for social good <br /> www.nominettrust.org.uk<br />
  3. 3. dan.sutch@nominettrust.org.uk @dansutch<br />Next Call for Proposals:<br />Application deadline: Monday 14th March (eligibility form beginning of March)<br />
  4. 4. Range of Approaches to Digital Safety<br />http://www.digitalme.co.uk/safe/<br />www.beatbullying.org<br />
  5. 5. www.beatbullying.org<br />
  6. 6. www.digitalme.co.uk/safe/<br />
  7. 7. UKCCIS research highlights<br />Only 2% of children (8-15) say they are not confident in keeping themselves safe online<br />Yet...<br />17% would give out their home address (12-15s) <br />52% would give out their email address (12-15s) <br />29% would give out their phone number (12-15s) <br />www.education.gov.uk/ukccis - interim key findings for Children’s Internet Safety<br />
  8. 8. Positive Approaches to Digital Safety<br />...‘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.’<br />Hague , C and Williamson, B. (2009) Digital participation, digital literacy and school subjects; a review of the policies, literature and evidence. Futurelab<br />
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  11. 11. Safe, effective and appropriate uses of the Internet<br /> 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<br /> Get involved: cloudlearn.net<br /> digitalme.co.uk/safe<br /> beatbullying.org<br /> dan.sutch@nominet.org.uk<br /> @dansutch<br />
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