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Autism and online safety: discussion forum opened

12 May 2014

Childnet, partners in the UK Safer Internet Centre, have launched a discussion forum to invite educators to share their experiences about autism and online safety, which will feed into a new toolkit for educators.

Childnet are working in partnership with Leicester City...

Ofcom releases Adults' Media Use and Attitudes Report

29 April 2014

Earlier this week OFCOM released its Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes Report 2014 about the use of media by adults aged over 16 in the UK. The report details how adults perceive and use TV, radio, mobile, games, and in particular the internet.

Some of the really interesting highlights for...

E-safety Live briefings tour of the UK continues

24 April 2014

The UK Safer Internet Centre's E-Safety Live tour continues around the UK as the briefings head to Wales and the North of England in the coming weeks.

The 2-hour long sessions are FREE and are aimed at teachers and other professionals working with children and young people....

Autism and online safety

14 April 2014

Childnet announces plans to develop a new online safety project to support learners on the Autistic Spectrum.

Young people living with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) face a unique set of opportunities and challenges when using digital technology. To help equip staff who work with ASD learners...

New research summaries from the UKCCIS Evidence Group

10 April 2014

The Evidence Group of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety has published three new Research Highlights.

The Research Highlights series provides brief summaries of the latest internet safety research.

The latest reports cover a range of issues. The London Grid...