Task 1: Research into sources
Task 2: Compile sources into an annotated bibliography
Task 3: Skills session for Day 2
Task 4: Find an example of a resource for tackling cyberbullying
Task 5: Real-time group discussion
Task 6: Check-in with your facilitator!
Set up a shared Google Doc and compile these sources into an annotated
bibliography. Each team member should contribute with 1 or 2 items, and include:
• Bibliographic reference for source (in Harvard style
• Official abstract (or own summary of 1-2 sentences if no abstract
• Your comment on its relevance and reliability (2-3 sentences)
Use the internet to research into sources (including some academic sources,
like books & articles) that address your group's research questions.
We’ve put together some resources that will help you make sure your
bibliography is correct. Please read/watch at least the following two:
A. “Finding and evaluating information” (University
B. “What’s an annotated bibliography?” (Short
Find an example of a resource or ‘toolkit’ (e.g. slide presentations, information
booklets, films, education packs, etc.) tackling cyberbullying. Post the link on
your group’s blog, answering the following questions:
1. What was the intention of this resource: to prevent cyber-bullying from happening,
or to stop it once it had started?
2. What form did it take (e.g. film, slide presentation, information sheet, website)?
3. Who was the resource aimed at (e.g. teenagers, parents, politicians, employees)?
4. In your opinion, how effective was it? and why do you think this?
1. Discuss and agree on an artefact designed to tackle cyberbullying.
2. Draw up a brief that you will work to in order to create the artefact and to
document the reasons for your decisions; e.g. who is it for? what setting is it to
be used in? how will it work? what format will it take and why has this been
chosen? how does it relate to the topic?
3. Identify and decide who will do which tasks to be undertaken for creating artefact
on Day 3.