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Safety and Efficacy(Helping our children navigate the unmapped whitewater  of a networked world and grow up at the same ti...
The joy of                     The joy of                      learning                       learningSamsung Tomorrow    ...
Learning knife safety in the  Learning knife safety in theprocess of learning how to cookprocess of learning how to cook  ...
This is the Internet nowHuffingtonPost.com
“By using this, you consent…”In participatory media, we all – users, governments,    corporations – find ourselves signato...
Tom FriedmanTom Friedman
Nicholas NegroponteNicholas Negroponte
Henry JenkinsHenry Jenkins
James Paul GeeJames Paul Gee
Working (and playing) in cross-functional teamsWorking (and playing) in cross-functional teams
Mark GurmanMark Gurman
Zora BallZora Ball            Harambee Instit. of Science & Technology
RESEARCH MILESTONESRESEARCH MILESTONES
NO
SCARING PEOPLE DOESN’T WORK
Things arelooking up,actually.              David Finkelhor              David Finkelhor
We need to lose the…We need to lose the…‘JUVENOIA’                       Mark Robinson
What goes around comes around online too.What goes around comes around online too.                                     Dav...
RECOMMENDED TO CONGRESSRECOMMENDED TO CONGRESSDigital citizenship instruction as a national priorityDigital citizenship in...
Consequential media, powerfulusers
Digital Citizenship:The ethics piece from Harvard’s GoodPlay Project    • Consequence thinking       – Impact on oneself  ...
“To be relevant toyoung people, itssupposed beneficiaries,Net safety needs to…• Respect youth agency• Embrace the media  t...
Can’t possibly be one-size-fits-allCan’t possibly be one-size-fits-all                                      David Kelly   ...
Ben Heine         A child’s psychosocial makeup and          A child’s psychosocial makeup andhome and school environments...
MEDIAEMBEDDED  (in everyday life, not snow)
LEVELS OF PREVENTION     LEVELS OF PREVENTIONPrimary: Citizenship & literacy (digital, media, social literacy) –   all stu...
Daniel NichollsMelbourne 2004
THE POWER OF SOCIAL NORMSTHE POWER OF SOCIAL NORMS  The POWER of ‘social norming’   Source: Craig & Perkins, Hobart and Wi...
‘Opportunity & risk go hand-in-hand.’ ‘Opportunity & risk go hand-in-hand.’       ‘Risk must be distinguished from harm.’ ...
RESILIENCEDave Haygarth
IN THEIR OWN WORDS IN THEIR OWN WORDS
What are they doing           in social media?! Hanging out              Getting involved/social activism Learning soci...
2 types of social networking2 types of social networking...on all devices, fixed and mobile:• Friendship-driven (84% of 15...
Social       Social   networking’s   networking’s    progression    progression• Hanging out – casual  socializing• Messin...
What online safety can learn from game designWhat online safety can learn from game design
To summarize…                In the unmapped whitewater                of this networked world,                our kids ne...
Sam Antonio Sam Antonio
Thank you!    Anne Collieranne@connectsafely.org  NetFamilyNews.org
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A talk about 15+ years of Internet safety education (highlighting what are, for me, the key milestones in the US, Canadian and European youth-online-risk and social-media research literature), given March 19, 2013, in Sydney, Australia, at the World Congress on Family Law & Children's Rights. My subtitle: Helping our children navigate the unmapped whitewater of a networked world AND grow up at the same time!

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Online Safety & Efficacy: Research Milestones

  1. 1. Safety and Efficacy(Helping our children navigate the unmapped whitewater of a networked world and grow up at the same time!) Anne Collier Co-director, ConnectSafely.org Founder & writer, NetFamilyNews.org
  2. 2. The joy of The joy of learning learningSamsung Tomorrow how to cook how to cook Samsung Tomorrow
  3. 3. Learning knife safety in the Learning knife safety in theprocess of learning how to cookprocess of learning how to cook Yoshiyasu Nishikawa Yoshiyasu Nishikawa
  4. 4. This is the Internet nowHuffingtonPost.com
  5. 5. “By using this, you consent…”In participatory media, we all – users, governments, corporations – find ourselves signatories to a new social contract drawn up by the media shift.
  6. 6. Tom FriedmanTom Friedman
  7. 7. Nicholas NegroponteNicholas Negroponte
  8. 8. Henry JenkinsHenry Jenkins
  9. 9. James Paul GeeJames Paul Gee
  10. 10. Working (and playing) in cross-functional teamsWorking (and playing) in cross-functional teams
  11. 11. Mark GurmanMark Gurman
  12. 12. Zora BallZora Ball Harambee Instit. of Science & Technology
  13. 13. RESEARCH MILESTONESRESEARCH MILESTONES
  14. 14. NO
  15. 15. SCARING PEOPLE DOESN’T WORK
  16. 16. Things arelooking up,actually. David Finkelhor David Finkelhor
  17. 17. We need to lose the…We need to lose the…‘JUVENOIA’ Mark Robinson
  18. 18. What goes around comes around online too.What goes around comes around online too. Dave Pijuan-Nomura
  19. 19. RECOMMENDED TO CONGRESSRECOMMENDED TO CONGRESSDigital citizenship instruction as a national priorityDigital citizenship instruction as a national priority
  20. 20. Consequential media, powerfulusers
  21. 21. Digital Citizenship:The ethics piece from Harvard’s GoodPlay Project • Consequence thinking – Impact on oneself (the focus of Online Safety field’s first 15+ yrs) • Moral thinking –Impact on one’s relationships • Ethical thinking –Impact on everybodyCitizenship in user-driven, social media communities not possible if focused solely on impacts for individuals.
  22. 22. “To be relevant toyoung people, itssupposed beneficiaries,Net safety needs to…• Respect youth agency• Embrace the media they love• Use social media in instruction• Address the positive reasons for digital safety & literacy.”
  23. 23. Can’t possibly be one-size-fits-allCan’t possibly be one-size-fits-all David Kelly David Kelly
  24. 24. Ben Heine A child’s psychosocial makeup and A child’s psychosocial makeup andhome and school environments are better predictors ofhome and school environments are better predictors of online risk than any technology a child uses. online risk than any technology a child uses.
  25. 25. MEDIAEMBEDDED (in everyday life, not snow)
  26. 26. LEVELS OF PREVENTION LEVELS OF PREVENTIONPrimary: Citizenship & literacy (digital, media, social literacy) – all students & grade levels, all appropriate subjects, ideally in digital environmentsSecondary: more focused, situational prevention e.g., bullying, sexting; taught by experts as neededTertiary: prevention and intervention for at risk youth; training in social media for the professionals who provide care
  27. 27. Daniel NichollsMelbourne 2004
  28. 28. THE POWER OF SOCIAL NORMSTHE POWER OF SOCIAL NORMS The POWER of ‘social norming’ Source: Craig & Perkins, Hobart and William Smith Colleges 2008
  29. 29. ‘Opportunity & risk go hand-in-hand.’ ‘Opportunity & risk go hand-in-hand.’ ‘Risk must be distinguished from harm.’ ‘Risk must be distinguished from harm.’
  30. 30. RESILIENCEDave Haygarth
  31. 31. IN THEIR OWN WORDS IN THEIR OWN WORDS
  32. 32. What are they doing in social media?! Hanging out  Getting involved/social activism Learning social norms  Mentoring and being mentored Exploring identity  Collaborating on school projects Self-presentation  Taking & sharing photos Seeking validation  Journaling Risk assessment  Producing & editing video Keeping in touch with  Sharing/producing music distant friends  Developing apps & writing code Playing games  Watching YouTube videos Playing jokes  Pursuing interests  Watching TV
  33. 33. 2 types of social networking2 types of social networking...on all devices, fixed and mobile:• Friendship-driven (84% of 15-25 YOs in a qualitative study at Harvard School of Education)• Interest-driven (80% involved in “at least one such online community”)
  34. 34. Social Social networking’s networking’s progression progression• Hanging out – casual socializing• Messing around – social tinkering, with info, ideas, media, tech• Geeking out – professional tech & media use, e.g., like that of artists, musicians, videographers, code writers
  35. 35. What online safety can learn from game designWhat online safety can learn from game design
  36. 36. To summarize… In the unmapped whitewater of this networked world, our kids need us to… • Clear space for learning on the fly • Be fact-based, not fear- based • Find, respect, build on their competencies • Learn as much as teach • Understand their world (one world all mashed up) • Life literacy as vital as digital literacyKneale Quayle
  37. 37. Sam Antonio Sam Antonio
  38. 38. Thank you! Anne Collieranne@connectsafely.org NetFamilyNews.org

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