Project

CO:RE – Children Online: Research and Evidence H2020

Goal: The overall objective of this Coordination and Support Action (CSA) “Children Online: Research and Evidence (CO:RE)” is to conceptualise, implement and disseminate a comprehensive knowledge base on the impact of technological transformations on children and youth. The CO:RE Knowledge Base will provide evidence on a broad range of topics related to the impact of technological transformations on children and youth including their health, lifestyles, participation and digital citizenship, wellbeing, safety, and security as affected by ICT. It will refer to research from all EU Member States and a number of other
European countries and thus consider relevant cultural, political, and media-related contexts. This knowledge base will help researchers to identify important research gaps and to make use of existing research and data. At the same time, it will help to contextualise empirical evidence by offering theoretical, methodological, and ethical reflections and guidelines. The CO:RE Knowledge Base will also be an important focal point for policy-makers and educational actors by identifying key issues that deserve special attention, providing access to a solid data base and thus providing an important basis for policy recommendations and (policy) decision-making processes. Various stakeholder groups are actively involved in the development process in order to tailor the platform to their specific needs. All activities of the project aim to develop an innovative, dynamic and sustainable infrastructure with the CO:RE Knowledge Base, lasting beyond the duration of the CSA.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, EU.3.6.1.1 – The mechanisms to promote smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-07-2019 – The impact of technological transformations on children and youth: Grant Agreement ID 871018

Visit our website: core-evidence.eu

Date: 1 January 2020 - 31 December 2022

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Valentina Dopona
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Our CO:RE colleague #VerónicaDonoso got you covered with the #ShortReport "#Youth #digital #skills: Insights from the #ySKILLS project".
"The current programmes offered in school and university education are often not adequate. The digital world follows logics that are not those of classical education."
👀 BLOG: https://core-evidence.eu/posts/sr-4-digital-skills [co-authored by #SigneOpermann & Veronika Kalmus]
📥 SHORT REPORT: https://bit.ly/core-sr4-skills [PDF]
The CO:RE #ShortReport Series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus​ | UTARTU.
 
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🏷️ "How can theories be applied to policy and practice?"
✍️ #KruakaePothong
#policy #stakeholders #theoryinpractice #theoriestoolkit
w/ Sonia Livingstone, Mariya Stoilova | The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
 
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📓 How to increase the potential of #digital #learning in achieving both cognitive and non-cognitive #learningoutcomes?
✍️ #MargusPedaste​, #ÄliLeijen​, #KülliKallas​ & #DorisKristinaRaave​ | University of Tartu​
The CO:RE #ShortReport Series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus | UTARTU.
 
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📓 #Youth #digital #skills: Insights from the ySKILLS project
✍️ #VerónicaDonoso​ | European Schoolnet
👀 https://core-evidence.eu/posts/sr-4-digital-skills [blog co-authored by #SigneOpermann & Veronika Kalmus]
The CO:RE #ShortReport Series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus​ | UTARTU.
 
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🏷️ "BIK+: The new Better Internet for Kids Strategy launched "
#policy #BIKplus #BetterInternetForKids #digital #online #children #youth
 
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"With all #theories and #methods, it's about knowing the #reach and #limitations of particular perspectives and potentially then combining theories and methods to compensate for those issues, but always being aware of the #lenses that we adopt and that they're always going to give us partial perspectives."
🎬 In this episode, Kate Cowan talks about her work, her interest in the changing landscape of #play and #communication and the increasingly central role of the #digital in #children's lives and practices.
w/ Mariya Stoilova | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
 
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🏷️ "Talking theory to stakeholders: the challenge of changing the public discourse"
✍️ #ElenaMartellozzo & #PaulBleakley
#policy #publicdiscourse #stakeholders #theoryinpractice #theoriestoolkit
 
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“As a PhD student or a junior scholar, you should not expect to create new theory. This is too ambitious in a way. Your novelty is more linked to your empirical work and how you use theoretical concepts to understand social phenomena. Theory development tends to come later."
🎬 In this episode, #OlaErstad talks about his work, the ideas that inspire him, and what role theories play in researching #children's and young people's experiences #online.
w/ Mariya Stoilova , Sonia Livingstone | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
 
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The CO:RE Knowledge Base (https://core-evidence.eu) is in a beta version state and will grow and mature incrementally over the coming months. Now, you can support this process by sharing your ✨ feedback ✨ with us. We're looking forward to your inputs and are grateful for your help in making the CO:RE Knowledge Base better every day.
 
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🏷️ "Open access tools: Miriam Rahali on how to construct and visualise citation networks"
✍️ #MiriamRahali
#openaccess #literature #literaturereview #citations
 
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🏷️ "Theory in practice: Miriam Rahali on how to make a theoretical contribution to the field "
✍️ #MiriamRahali
 
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... to have so many great women in our project consortium! ✨💖♀️🎉 #february11 #womeninscience #girlsinscience #womeninscienceday
Giovanna Mascheroni, Veronika Kalmus, Marit Sukk, Maria Murumaa-Mengel, Signe Opermann, Andra Siibak, Mari-LiisTikerperi, Mariya Stoilova, Sonia Livingstone , Sirkku Kotilainen, Iiris Tuvi, Niamh Ni Bhroin, Elisabeth Staksrud, Thuy Dinh, Sabrina Vorbau, Verónica Donoso, Sophie Smit, Claudia Lampert, Maite Pesci
 
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The Beta version of the CO:RE Knowledge Base was just launched and we can't wait to hear from you.
Here's a short overview: https://youtu.be/E7tBSEGgJ98
👀 Go check it out & please share your feedback with us.👉👉👉 https://core-evidence.eu
 
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We are proud to present the recently launched Beta version of the CO:RE Knowledge Base. We believe that in order to make the internet a better place for everyone, we need to gain an overview of what we know. CO:RE brings together research, evidence and helpful resources in one place and supports informed decision making for better digital futures.
#SaferInternetDay #SID2022
 
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#SaferInternetDay is an annual celebration taking place around the globe in over 200 countries and territories. Every February, we come together for a better internet, raising awareness of the online issues that matter to us. Join us & keep an eye on www.saferinternetday.org to see how #SID2022 is celebrated around the world on Tuesday, 8 February 2022!
 
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📓 #Children’s #data and #privacy in the #digital age
✍️ Andra Siibak | University of Tartu​ & Giovanna Mascheroni | Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
👀 https://core-evidence.eu/articles/datafied-childhood [blog by Maria Murumaa-Mengel & Signe Opermann]
The CO:RE #ShortReport Series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus ​ | UTARTU.
 
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In the past 2 years, we at CO:RE worked to create a space with relevant information on children and young people online. We couldn't be more excited to announce the soft launch of the CO:RE Knowledge Base!! Read more about it in our newsletter, visit core-evidence.eu to explore the beta version of the new space and please do share your feedback with us!
 
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Join our colleagues Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova (CO:RE at LSE) to discuss #digital #technologies and #MentalHealth #vulnerabilities in #adolescence!
📅 next Wednesday
🕙 9-10 am BST | 10-11 am CET
 
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🏷️ "How the digital divide hinders children’s right to #education: #OnlineLearning in #Brazil"
"(...) The #COVID-19 #pandemic had a considerable #impact on widening the #DigitalDivide between the haves and the have nots. While #children from higher socio-economic status backgrounds were able to follow 89% of the remote #learning activities, #students with lower backgrounds could only follow 71% of them (...). #Schools with more resources and attended by children from higher-income #families were able to successfully offer #access to #online #teaching platforms. On the other hand, many children from lower-income families were receiving school materials and interacting with their #teachers and peers only through #WhatsApp. (...)"
✍️ guest authors: André Cardozo Sarli (Université de Genève) & Elora Fernandes (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro)
The key topics blog series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus w/ Andra Siibak | CO:RE at the University of Tartu.​
 
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During the first year in the CO:RE project, our team at European Schoolnet hosted a series of consultation meetings with teachers, students and policymakers to discuss how research about children and online technologies can be brought closer to those making decisions in this area. The team now presents their insights and key lessons learned! Check them out below and share with your colleagues 👇🤓
 
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🎉 Next month, we're celebrating one year of the CO:RE newsletter. Are you already a subscriber? 🤓 👉 bit.ly/core-newsletter
 
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Join us for this year's CO:RE Policy Seminar:
Today, 15-16.30 CEST
🗳️ bit.ly/bik-strategy-input (open until 31 October)
🗣️ Verónica Donoso (European Schoolnet - KU Leuven) | ySKILLS
🗣️ Arnd Florack (University of Vienna) & Pablo Gracia (Trinity College Dublin) | DIGYMATEX
🗣️ Halla B. Holmarsdottìr (Oslo Metropolitan University) | DigiGen
🗣️ Claudia Lampert (Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)) | CO:RE
Moderator: Brian O'Neill (TU Dublin) | CO:RE
 
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🗣️ Verónica Donoso (European Schoolnet | KU Leuven) | ySKILLS
🗣️ Arnd Florack (Universität Wien) & Pablo Gracia (Trinity College Dublin) | Digymatex
🗣️ Halla B. Holmarsdottìr (OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University) | DigiGen - Research on the Digital Generation
🗣️ Claudia Lampert (Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)) | CO:RE
Moderator: Brian O'Neill (TU Dublin) | CO:RE
 
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Online opportunities bring diverse benefits for children, including positive outcomes on #learning, #participation, #creativity, and #identity. An important “ladder of opportunities” for children in #Europe, #digital #technologies can activate the potential for #social #inclusion, #equality and children’s #rights. Even so, relatively little is understood about how online opportunities generate benefits for children. Opportunities for children have long been theorised, but how should they be rethought in a digital world?
The latest 🎬 CO:RE Theories Webinar discussed these and other aspects and questions about online opportunities for young people. Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova have now authored a digest blog post, collating the speakers' inputs, relevant resources and further readings.
Find all that here along with the recorded and captioned webinar 👉 https://core-evidence.eu/online-opportunities-for-children/
 
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🗣️ Verónica Donoso (European Schoolnet - KU Leuven) | ySKILLS;
🗣️ Arnd Florack (University of Vienna) & Pablo Gracia (Trinity College Dublin) | DIGYMATEX
🗣️ Halla B. Holmarsdottìr (Oslo Metropolitan University) | DigiGen
🗣️ Claudia Lampert (Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)) | CO:RE
Moderator: Brian O'Neill (TU Dublin) | CO:RE
A public seminar discussion on the updating of the BIK Strategy – European Strategy for a Better Internet for Children The European Commission has announced plans to update the European Strategy for a Better Internet for Children or ‘BIK Strategy’ which since 2012 has sought to protect and empower children online through EU funding, coordination and self-regulation.
As a suite of EU-funded projects researching the impact of technological transformations on children and youth, CO:RE, ySKILLS, DigiGen and DIGYMATEX are each developing particular insights into the dynamic and changing digital environment for young people.
In this seminar, representatives from each of the projects will share their perspective on the issues addressed by the BIK Strategy and how their specific work programme may contribute insights into how policy can shape a better online environment for children
This seminar will offer an opportunity for participants to learn more about the focus of each of the projects and the emerging topics of interest regarding the updating of the BIK Strategy.
 
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🏷️ "TikTok, Tweens and Influencers: Exploring Children's Digital Playgrounds"
Rarely does a day pass without #TikTok mentioned in the #media: whether it is a report of the latest #viral video, a #social media #influencer’s shocking behaviour, or the platform itself allegedly failing to protect #children’s #safety and #data, all of which leave many adults worried and puzzled at the appeal of the platform. For children, however, when it comes to TikTok, it is a different story altogether. (...)
Read on 👇🤓
✍️ Fardus Sultan & Valerie Gannon | Technological University Dublin
The key topics blog series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus | CO:RE at the University of Tartu.​
 
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🎟️ http://bit.ly/register-core21aoir 🗳️ https://bit.ly/theory-input 👀 https://bit.ly/theory-toolkit 🗣️ Sonia Livingstone , #HansMartens, #KaveriSubrahmanyam, Mariya Stoilova, #LynnSchofieldClark, Uwe Hasebrink
w/ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE, Association of Internet Researchers
 
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and colleagues Sirkku Kotilainen and Guna Spurava took the time to look back on this inspiring methods course and participant feedback.
👁️‍🗨️ Read the blog post: https://core-evidence.eu/summer-school-review21/
 
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Looking for #tools and #frameworks to move beyond empirical findings, engage in current debates and make a #theoretical or #conceptual contribution?
Join us at our #online #interactiveSession, hosted by Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova, to discuss how theory can inform debates on #children and #digital #technologies.
👁️‍🗨️ Read about our theory toolkit proposal: https://core-evidence.eu/children-online-from-findings-to-frameworks/
🎟️ Register for the workshop: https://bit.ly/register-core21aoir
🗣️ Take part in the survey: https://bit.ly/theory-input
The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE for CO:RE at #AoIR2021
 
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“One of the lessons from the work I have been doing on children’s activism is that there has to be serious attention to what it is that they are trying to say… which is “change the system” and I agree with that.
🎬 In this episode, John Hartley talks about his work, the ideas that inspire him, and what role theories play in researching #children's and young people's experiences #online.
w/ Mariya Stoilova | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
 
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🆕 CO:RE Key Topics Blog
🏷️ "Learning from futures you didn't see coming? Scenario planning, education and the (post)pandemic world"
While forecasting and predicting does give us a sense of ability to, at least partially, anticipate the future, gathering data or evidence about future events is simply impossible as even the most apparent trends and tendencies bend and break. Our second guest-authored blog post discusses how researchers can cope with and work under conditions of uncertainty and offer future-oriented knowledge to policymakers and other stakeholders through the method of scenario planning.
✍️ Matt Finch | University of Oxford​, Niamh Ni Bhroin | CO:RE at Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)​ & Steffen Krüger | UiO
The key topics blog series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus | CO:RE at University of Tartu​.
 
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📆Thursday, 23 September
⏰16.00 - 19.30 CEST
🇬🇧 Session language: English
The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is developing a toolkit that supports #educators, #policymakers and #families by offering guidance and evidence to come to the best possible decisions for making the #internet a safer, more sustainable, more beneficial, and in short, probably more fun space for all.
Achieving that goal means hearing what you have to say. We'd love to hear about the information and materials you find most helpful, what topics you deem most relevant and what gaps you identify in comparable existing resources.
If you'd like to help us designing this toolkit and making it a helpful resource to everyone, find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and register with our colleague Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org).
 
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📆Thursday, 23 September
⏰16.00 - 19.30 CEST
🇬🇧Session language: English
The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is developing a toolkit that supports #educators, #policymakers and #families by offering guidance and evidence to come to the best possible decisions for making the #internet a safer, more sustainable, more beneficial, and in short, probably more fun space for all.
Achieving that goal means hearing what you have to say. We'd love to hear about the information and materials you find most helpful, what topics you deem most relevant and what gaps you identify in comparable existing resources.
If you'd like to help us designing this toolkit and making it a helpful resource to everyone, find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and register with our colleague Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org).
 
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📢Teenagers invited!
📆Tuesday, 21 September
⏰16.00 - 19.30 CEST
🇬🇧 Session language: English
The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is organising co-creation sessions to develop a toolkit to make the #internet a better place for everyone. To create this toolkit, we need your opinions on what you enjoy about #online #media, what you don't like or find frustrating when you are online, and especially how you think we can improve it! We would love to hear your ideas on dealing with topics like online #hatespeech and #cyberbullying. In the co-creation session, you will help to develop a prototype of an educational toolkit that can teach others about topics related to young people and online media. There are no requirements to participate in these co-creation sessions, except that you are comfortable speaking English to express your opinion. You will discuss the topics in a small group with 3 other teenagers.
If you have any questions, you can find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and reach out to Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org) anytime.
 
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A few weeks ago, we published our first guest-authored blog on core-evidence.eu and we couldn't be more proud. 🙌🎉 In case you missed it, check it out now and leave a response to the authors. 👇🤓 🆕 CO:RE Key Topics Blog 🏷️ "Why and how are young news users ‘coronablocking’? – Here’s three things you should know" 🔗https://core-evidence.eu/coronablocking-three-things-you-should-know/ The number of #media users who avoid the news had been growing steadily over the past year. However, #NewsAvoidance became an increasingly important topic during the #pandemic, as in the latter stages of the pandemic, more and more people had started ‘#coronablocking’ or consciously avoiding coronavirus-related news. Here's what #children and #YoungPeople say about blocking news related to #COVID-19 and what we can learn from it. ✍️ Ruben Vandenplas, Pauljan Truyens, #SarahVis, Ike Picone | Imec - SMIT at VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel
 
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Looking for #tools and #frameworks to move beyond empirical findings, engage in current debates and make a #theoretical or #conceptual contribution?
Join us at our #online #workshop (50 minutes), hosted by Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova , to discuss how theory can inform debates on #children and #digital #technologies.
👁️‍🗨️ Read about our theory toolkit proposal: https://core-evidence.eu/children-online-from-findings-to-frameworks/
🎟️ Register for the workshop: https://bit.ly/register-corecrea21
🗣️ Take part in the survey: https://bit.ly/theory-input
#ECREA21
 
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🏷️ "Learning from futures you didn't see coming? Scenario planning, education and the (post)pandemic world"
While forecasting and predicting does give us a sense of ability to, at least partially, anticipate the future, gathering data or evidence about future events is simply impossible as even the most apparent trends and tendencies bend and break.
Our second guest-authored blog post discusses how researchers can cope with and work under conditions of uncertainty and offer future-oriented knowledge to policymakers and other stakeholders through the method of scenario planning.
Curious? Read on 👇🤓
✍️ Matt Finch | Saïd Business School, University of Oxford,​
✍️ Niamh Ni Bhroin | CO:RE at University of Oslo (UiO)​ &
✍️ #SteffenKrüger | University of Oslo (UiO)
The key topics blog series is coordinated by Veronika Kalmus | CO:RE at the University of Tartu.​
 
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It appears bi-monthly and collates important dates, events, publications and resources in a compact digest. If you're not a subscriber yet, hit us up now!
 
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You have interesting findings and new insights, but are you uncertain how to interpret them? How to move beyond empirical findings to make a theoretical or conceptual contribution, or engage with the current debates? This is never an easy task and tackling theory can seem a daunting prospect. One of the worst “warm-up” questions to ask a PhD student or a junior researcher is about their theoretical framework – most likely they will flinch. Ask an established scholar about the theoretical contribution of their work and quite often they will start by saying “I’m not really a theorist but…”.
Many of us tend to shy away from theory but, nevertheless, find it important to master. To help navigate this often quite challenging "terrain of theory", Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova (LSE) develop the CO:RE theory toolkit designed for early career researchers, established scholars, professionals, practitioners and students researching children online, with a focus on Europe. You want to learn more & share your views? Read more 👇🤓
 
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📆Tuesday, 21 September
⏰16.00 - 19.30 CEST
🇬🇧Session language: English
The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is organising co-creation sessions to develop a toolkit to make the #internet a better place for everyone. To create this toolkit, we need your opinions on what you enjoy about #online #media, what you don't like or find frustrating when you are online, and especially how you think we can improve it! We would love to hear your ideas on dealing with topics like online #hatespeech and #cyberbullying. In the co-creation session, you will help to develop a prototype of an educational toolkit that can teach others about topics related to young people and online media. There are no requirements to participate in these co-creation sessions, except that you are comfortable speaking English to express your opinion. You will discuss the topics in a small group with 3 other teenagers.
If you have any questions, you can find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and reach out to Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org) anytime.
 
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📆Thursday, 23 September
⏰16.00 - 19.30 CEST
🇬🇧Session language: English
The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is developing a toolkit that supports #educators, #policymakers and #families by offering guidance and evidence to come to the best possible decisions for making the #internet a safer, more sustainable, more beneficial, and in short, probably more fun space for all. Achieving that goal means hearing what you have to say. We'd love to hear about the information and materials you find most helpful, what topics you deem most relevant and what gaps you identify in comparable existing resources.
If you'd like to help us designing this toolkit and making it a helpful resource to everyone, find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and register with our colleague Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org).
 
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📆Thursday, 23 September
⏰16.00 - 19.30 CEST
🇬🇧Session language: English
The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is developing a toolkit that supports #educators, #policymakers and #families by offering guidance and evidence to come to the best possible decisions for making the #internet a safer, more sustainable, more beneficial, and in short, probably more fun space for all. Achieving that goal means hearing what you have to say. We'd love to hear about the information and materials you find most helpful, what topics you deem most relevant and what gaps you identify in comparable existing resources.
If you'd like to help us designing this toolkit and making it a helpful resource to everyone, find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and register with our colleague Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org).
 
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📆 Wed, 06 Oct - Thur, 07 Oct
The Safer Internet Forum (SIF) is a key annual international conference in Europe where policymakers, researchers, law enforcement bodies, youth, parents and carers, teachers, NGOs, industry representatives, experts and other relevant actors come together to discuss the latest trends, opportunities, risks and solutions related to child online safety. This year’s edition will take place online and will explore how to make Europe's Digital Decade fit for children and young people.
#DigitalDecade4YOUth
 
Valentina Dopona
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The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is organising co-creation sessions to develop a toolkit to make the #internet a better place for everyone. To create this toolkit, we need your opinions on what you enjoy about #online #media, what you don't like or find frustrating when you are online, and especially how you think we can improve it!
We would love to hear your ideas on dealing with topics like online #hatespeech and #cyberbullying. In the co-creation session, you will help to develop a prototype of an educational toolkit that can teach others about topics related to young people and online media.
There are no requirements to participate in these co-creation sessions, except that you are comfortable speaking English to express your opinion. You will discuss the topics in a small group with 3 other teenagers. If you have any questions, you can find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and reach out to Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org) anytime.
 
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The CO:RE team at European Schoolnet is developing a toolkit that supports #educators, #policymakers and #families by offering guidance and evidence to come to the best possible decisions for making the #internet a safer, more sustainable, more beneficial, and in short, probably more fun space for all.
Achieving that goal means hearing what you have to say. We'd love to hear about the information and materials you find most helpful, what topics you deem most relevant and what gaps you identify in comparable existing resources.
If you'd like to help us designing this toolkit and making it a helpful resource to everyone, find more details here (https://core-evidence.eu/core-co-creation-sessions-teenagers-teachers-and-parents-representatives-invited/) and register with our colleague Sophie Smit (sophie.smit[at]eun.org).
 
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“Theory is really critical for the field of children and digital media but there are often orthodoxies at play that constrain how we think… I would love to see us be much more creative and inventive…, theorising from a genuinely child-centered place about what the future holds.”
🎬 In this episode, Amanda Third talks about her work, the ideas that inspire her, and what role theories play in researching #children's and young people's experiences #online.
w/ Mariya Stoilova | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
 
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Online opportunities bring diverse benefits for children, including positive outcomes on learning, participation, creativity, and identity. An important “ladder of opportunities” for children in Europe, digital technologies can activate the potential for social inclusion, equality and children’s rights. Even so, relatively little is understood about how online opportunities generate benefits for children. Opportunities for children have long been theorised, but how should they be rethought in a digital world?
The latest CO:RE Theories Webinar discussed these and other questions with experts from different disciplines on Monday, 12 July. If you've missed it, you can find the recording now on https://core-evidence.eu/core-theories-webinar-online-opportunities-children/ or on our YouTube channel https://youtu.be/9_P6OuWfA0. w/ Sonia Livingstone & Mariya Stoilova | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
 
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Before heading into your well-deserved weekend, make sure you're registered for our CO:RE Theories Webinar on Monday, with the excellent speakers Shakuntala Banaji (LSE), Koen Leurs (Utrecht University), Giovanna Mascheroni (Università Cattolica of Milan) and Jochen Peter (University of Amsterdam).
As always, this webinar is chaired by the leader of the CO:RE Team on Theories at LSE, Sonia Livingstone , and co-hosted by discussant Mariya Stoilova .
Next Monday 👉 CO:RE Theories Webinar: Online Opportunities for Children
⏰ 17-18.30 CEST
Register and join the discussion!
 
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These sessions aim ar learning what you, as the key actors in #education, would benefit the most from in our educational toolkit we're releasing late next year.
Who? ➡️ Teenagers (14-16 y/o), Teachers (primary & secondary schools), Parents association representatives
When? ➡️Teenagers session on 21/09 from 16:00 – 19:30 CEST; Teachers session on 23/09 from 16.00 – 19.30 CEST and Parents association representatives session on 28/09 from 9.30 – 13.00 CEST.
Please do join us and help us make the CO:RE Knowledge Base a helpful resource for everyone concerned with young people's experiences in #DigitalMedia environments. If you're interested, please read up on the details and register to participate. 👇🤓
w/ Verónica Donoso, Sabrina Vorbau & Sophie Smit | CO:RE Team for Educational Stakeholders at European Schoolnet
 
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📅 Mon, 12 July
⏰ 17-18.30 CEST
Register & join the discussion!
🗣️ Shakuntala Banaji | LSE
🗣️ Koen Leurs | Utrecht University
🗣️ Giovanna Mascheroni | Università Cattolica of Milan
🗣️ Jochen Peter | University of Amsterdam
Chair: Sonia Livingstone | LSE
Discussant: Mariya Stoilova | LSE
 
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📌The crux of ethical #comparative and #longitudinal research:
What ethical dilemmas arise when engaging in comparative and longitudinal research with children and young people? How do these dilemmas influence different stages of the research process, including planning, implementation, data sharing, and analysis? What strategies can we use to navigate these dilemmas, and how effective are these?
The CO:RE Ethics Webinar, hosted in collaboration with one of our H2020 DT-Transformations Partner Projects ySKILLS (yskills.eu), discussed these and other questions with experts from different disciplines on Wednesday, 09 June.
✍️ Niamh Ni Bhroin and Elisabeth Staksrud have authored a digest blog posting summarising the speakers' key points that you can now find online along with the recorded webinar.
Check it out and share your thoughts with us! 👇🤓
w/ CO:RE on #ResearchEthics @ UiO; 🗣️ Tijana Milosevic | Dublin City-University; 🗣️ Hana Macháčková | Masaryk University; 🗣️ Marie Bedrošová | Masaryk University; 🗣️ Rasmus Mannerström | University of Helsinki
 
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CO:RE Theories Webinar: Online Opportunities for Children
📅 Mon, 12 July
⏰ 17-18.30 CEST
Join us and register today!
🗣️ Shakuntala Banaji | LSE
🗣️ Koen Leurs | Utrecht University
🗣️ Giovanna Mascheroni | Università Cattolica of Milan
🗣️ Jochen Peter | University of Amsterdam
Chair: Sonia Livingstone & Discussant: Mariya Stoilova | @ LSE
 
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🏷️ "Why and how are young news users ‘coronablocking’? – Here’s three things you should know"
The number of #media users who avoid the news had been growing steadily over the past year. However, #NewsAvoidance became an increasingly important topic during the #pandemic, as in the latter stages of the pandemic, more and more people had started ‘#coronablocking’ or consciously avoiding coronavirus-related news. Here's what #children and #YoungPeople say about blocking news related to #COVID-19 and what we can learn from it. Read more: https://core-evidence.eu/coronablocking-three-things-you-should-know/
✍️ Ruben Vandenplas, Pauljan Truyens, Sarah Vis, Ike Picone | imec-SMIT @ VUB
 
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📅 Mon, 12 July
⏰ 17-18.30 CEST
🗣️ Shakuntala Banaji | LSE
🗣️ Koen Leurs | Utrecht University
🗣️ Giovanna Mascheroni | Università Cattolica of Milan
🗣️ Jochen Peter | University of Amsterdam
Chair: Sonia Livingstone | LSE
Discussant: Mariya Stoilova | LSE
 
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This month, we published our third newsletter. It appears bi-monthly and collates the project's important dates, events, publications and resources in a compact digest. If you're not a subscriber yet, hit us up now! 🤓👉 🔗 https://bit.ly/core-newsletter
 
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📅 Mon, 12 July
⏰ 17-18.30 CEST
Online opportunities bring diverse benefits for children, including positive outcomes on learning, participation, creativity, and identity. An important “ladder of opportunities” for children in Europe, digital technologies can activate the potential for social inclusion, equality and children’s rights. Even so, relatively little is understood about how online opportunities generate benefits for children. Opportunities for children have long been theorised, but how should they be rethought in a digital world? In this webinar we will debate the theories and concepts that underpin such questions, drawing on different disciplinary approaches.
🗣️ Shakuntala Banaji | LSE
🗣️ Koen Leurs | Utrecht University
🗣️ Giovanna Mascheroni | Università Cattolica of Milan
🗣️ Jochen Peter | University of Amsterdam
Chair: Sonia Livingstone | LSE
Discussant: Mariya Stoilova | LSE
 
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📌Talking about #ResearchIntegrity
Everyone agrees that research integrity is important. It refers to maintaining trust in science. But what does this imply for researchers? And how can we ensure research integrity in practice?
The CO:RE Ethics Webinar discussed these and other questions with experts from different disciplines on Wednesday, 04 May.
✍️ Niamh Ni Bhroin has authored a digest blog posting summarising all key points from all speakers that you can now find online along with the recorded webinar. Check it out and share your thoughts with us! 👇🤓
w/ Elisabeth Staksrud & CO:RE on #ResearchEthics @ University of Oslo (UiO)
 
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🔴 "Ethical issues arising in comparative and longitudinal research with children"
⏰ 16-17.30 CEST
🤝 in collaboration with @ySKILLS
 
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#Technologies are spreading into all aspects of our lives via #smart devices, #InternetofThings #IoT, #AugmentedReality and #DataProfiling. #Children’s lives have become #DigitalbyDefault, with #digital technologies the taken-for-granted means of playing, seeing family, doing schoolwork, hanging out with friends in a post-COVID world. But where does the digital begin and end, what does it include? Is it really the case that we can no longer distinguish between the #offline and #online? Should we talk of digital technologies, or the #DigitalEnvironment, or the #DigitalEra, or the digital world? Or, just, the digital?
The latest CO:RE Theories Webinar discussed these and other questions with experts from different disciplines on Friday, 07 May. ✍️ Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova have now authored a digest blog posting that you can now find online along with the recorded webinar.
w/ CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
 
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Before you're heading off into the weekend, we'd like to remind you that the application deadline for the Methods Summer School at TampereUni ends next Monday‼️⌛️
Don't miss to submit your application in time 👇🤓
👩‍🏫 Course _ Sustainable Digital Life: Methodological Aspects (5 ECTS)
📅 Tampere Summer School _ 02-13 August 2021
🎫 Application Period _ next Monday ‼️
w/ Sirkku Kotilainen​, Jussi Okkonen​, Iiris Tuvi​ | CO:RE work package 6 on Methods @ Tampere University & Elisabeth Staksrud​ | CO:RE work package 7 on Ethical Issues @ Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)​
 
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🏷️ "Drone-Boys and VR-Grannies against Bad Hackers"
Our latest key topics blog post chronicles an exciting board game 🎲, developed to foster meaningful engagement with the benefits and risks of "everything internet". Diana Poudel created the game in the course of her award-winning Master's thesis in an attempt to go beyond unidirectional methods to teaching #DigitalLiteracy. Her hard work paid off, and the game turned out to be a true conversation starter - just how she had hoped!
Curious about the game? Read the blog post and learn more! 👇🤓
✍️ Maria Murumaa-Mengel – CO:RE WP4 on #KeyTopics | University of Tartu
 
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📅 Wed, 09 June
⏰ 16-17.30 CEST
🤝 in collaboration with ySKILLS
What #ethicaldilemmas arise when engaging in #comparative and #longitudinal #research with #children and young people? How do these dilemmas influence different stages of the research process, including planning, implementation, #datasharing, and #analysis? What strategies can we use to navigate these dilemmas, and how effective are these?
🗣️ Elisabeth Staksrud | Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
🗣️ Tijana Milosevic | Dublin City-University
🗣️ Hana Macháčková | Masaryk University
🗣️ Marie Bedrošová | Masaryk University
🗣️ Rasmus Mannerström | University of Helsinki
Chair: Niamh Ni Bhroin | Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
 
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📅 Wed, 09 June
⏰ 16-17.30 CEST
What #ethicaldilemmas arise when engaging in #comparative and #longitudinal #research with #children and young people? How do these dilemmas influence different stages of the research process, including planning, implementation, #datasharing, and #analysis? What strategies can we use to navigate these dilemmas, and how effective are these? This time, we are collaborating with our H2020-funded partner project ySKILLS to organise this webinar. While the focus of the webinar will be on children and young people’s use of digital media, the content will also be of interest to researchers and students working with a broader range of topics.
🗣️ Elisabeth Staksrud | University of Oslo
🗣️ Tijana Milosevic | Dublin City University
🗣️ Hana Macháčková | Masaryk University
🗣️ Marie Bedrošová | Masaryk University
🗣️ Rasmus Mannerström | University of Helsinki
Chair: Niamh Ni Bhroin i Bhroin | University of Oslo
 
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"One of the things that I love about media studies is that it’s a young field. So when it comes to theory, we get to be the ‘magpie’ of the academic world. We can steal and borrow and adapt and adjust from all kinds of fields and we are not as confined as some of the established traditional disciplines."
🎬 In this episode, Elisabeth Staksrud talks about her work, the ideas that inspire her, and what role theories play in researching #children's and young people's experiences in #digital environments.
w/ Mariya Stoilova | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ LSE
 
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📅 Friday, 07 May 2021
⏰ 16.30-18.00 CEST
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🗣️ Taina Bucher | University of Oslo (UiO)
🗣️ Christine Hine | University of Surrey
🗣️ Sonia Livingstone | The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
🗣️ Jean-Christophe Plantin | The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
🗣️ Bieke Zaman | KU Leuven
Discussant: Mariya Stoilova | The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
 
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📅 Tomorrow, 04 May 2021
⏰ 10-11.30 CEST
w/ 🗣️ Elisabeth Staksrud | Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
🗣️ Ana Marušić | University of Split School of Medicine
🗣️ Halla B. Holmarsdottir | OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University
🗣️ Malte Elson | Ruhr-Universität Bochum
🗣️ Göran Hermerén | Lund University
Chair: Niamh Ni Bhroin | Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
 
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On/offline distinction no longer works - what to replace it with? Where does the #digital begin & end, what does it incorporate?
📅 Friday, 07 May 2021
⏰ 16.30-18.00 CEST
🗣️ Taina Bucher | University of Oslo
🗣️ Christine Hine | University of Surrey
🗣️ Sonia Livingstone | The London School of Economics and Political Science
🗣️ Jean-Christophe Plantin | The London School of Economics and Political Science
🗣️ Bieke Zaman | KU Leuven
Discussant: Mariya Stoilova | The London School of Economics and Political Science
 
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📅 Tuesday, 04 May 2021
⏰ 10-11.30 CEST
w/ 🗣️ Elisabeth Staksrud | Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
🗣️ Ana Marušić | University of Split School of Medicine
🗣️ Halla B. Holmarsdottir | OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University
🗣️ Malte Elson | Ruhr-Universität Bochum
🗣️ Göran Hermerén | Lund University
Chair: Niamh Ni Bhroin | Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
 
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The deadline for submitting a preliminary title is this Friday! 👇🤓
Make sure to submit your idea for a contribution to our handbook in time, and please do not hesitate to forward this call to your colleagues too 🙏
 
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🤓 👉 Check out the programme and register today!
🗣️ Elisabeth Staksrud | University of Oslo (UiO)
🗣️ Dr. Halla Holmarsdottir | OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University
🗣️ Ana Marusic | University of Split
🗣️ MalteElson | Ruhr University Bochum
 
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📅 Friday, 07 May 2021
⏰ 16.30-18.00 CEST
🗣 Taina Bucher, Christine Hine, Bieke Zaman, Jean-Christophe Plantin, Mariya Stoilova, Sonia Livingstone
Registration opened today!
 
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The deadline for submitting a preliminary title and motivation statement is on Monday! 👇🤓
 
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After our first call for contributions to the CO:RE methods handbook (read more: bit.ly/cfp-methods-handbook), Veronika Kalmus and her team at the University of Tartu 🇪🇪 are inviting you to ✍️ author a CO:RE blog posting or contribute to the CO:RE Short Report Series on Key Topics.
➡️ short reports, approx. 3,000 words (see examples here: bit.ly/core-sr1-DL and bit.ly/core-sr2-4Cs-risk)
➡️ blog posts, approx. 500 words
➡️ keyword-focused (see keywords here: bit.ly/core-topics-21)
➡️ deadline for preliminary titles and motivation statements: 26 April 2021
We're looking forward to your submissions: 👇
w/ Maria Murumaa-Mengel, Signe Opermann & Andra Siibak
 
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📅 Tuesday, 04 May 2021
⏰ 10-11.30 CEST
Elisabeth Staksrud and her team is inviting researchers working with #children and #digital #media, and others interested in the topic of #ResearchIntegrity to a webinar and interactive panel discussion! Read the full programme and register today!!
w/ Niamh Ni Bhroin | CO:RE work package on Research Ethics @ University of Oslo
 
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Our team at Tampere University​ (#Methods) is publishing an online handbook on methodological issues related to research about #children’s and young people’s experiences #online. It seeks to be a comprehensive resource for researchers as well as students and a starting point for a deeper engagement with methodological considerations.
Sirkku Kotilainen​ and her team invite ✍️ guest authors:
▶️ short paper, approx. 1000 words
▶️ on one's own experiences in research with children and young people
▶️ keyword or concept focused (suggested foci see link below)
▶️ deadline for preliminary title: 30 April 2021
We're excited and looking forward to your submissions!
w/ Jussi Okkonen, Iiris Tuvi | CO:RE work package 6
 
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Our team at the University of Tartu​ (#KeyTopics) regularly collates your input and releases 🆕 blog posts and 📓 short reports on the most critical topics in studying 🧒 children's and young people's experiences online.
Now it is inviting ✍️ guest authors for their blog post and #ShortReport series.
Are you the next CO:RE author? 👉 https://core-evidence.eu/important-key-topics-21/
w/ Veronika Kalmus ​, Maria Murumaa-Mengel​, Signe Opermann​, Andra Siibak ​ - work package 4 team on Key Topics
 
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👩‍🏫 Course _ Sustainable Digital Life: Methodological Aspects (5 ECTS)
📅 Tampere Summer School _ 02-13 August 2021
🎫 Apply until _ 07 June 2021
Our team in Tampere offers an exciting methods course that enables students to focus on the sustainability of their research with children and young people in digital environments from a qualitative perspective.
Read more and save your spot! 👇🤓
w/ Sirkku Kotilainen & Jussi Okkonen ​​ | CO:RE work package 6 on Methods
& Elisabeth Staksrud | CO:RE work package 7 on Ethical Issues
 
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As is being widely discussed, in today’s fast-developing #digitalEcology, the nature of #online #risk is continually evolving, sometimes exposing #children and young people to emerging #risks well before adults know how to mitigate them. This poses challenges to our understanding of children’s experience of different types of online risk and the factors that may exacerbate or #mitigate any #harmful #consequences.
How we conceptualise online risk matters for the research we conduct, the regulation we call for, and the wider #publicdiscourse and initiatives that shape children’s life outcomes. Children’s relation to the digital environment is contested – are they victim or villain, or, in less inflammatory language, are they a recipient, a participant, an actor or a consumer of the digital ecology and its risks?
✍️ Mariya Stoilova & Sonia Livingstone | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
Based on a CO:RE Theories Webinar: "Understanding online risks for children" (https://core-evidence.eu/core-theories-webinar-understanding-online-risks-for-children/)
 
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‘No one discipline has a monopoly on the best #understanding of #children and #technologies. We may draw on #concepts and different #theories, including the old grand theories like Piaget or Vygotsky, but grand theorising is probably not as useful today.’
🗣️ Prof Ellen Wartella talks about her work, the ideas that inspire her, and what role theories play in researching children's and young people's experiences in digital environments.
w/ Sonia Livingstone & Mariya Stoilova | CO:RE work package 5 on Theories
 
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Risk classifications guide practitioners and policymakers in their work and in communicating their results. It is timely to update risk classifications, given the variation in their use, the emerging risks in the digital environment, and our growing understanding of children’s experiences of online risks of harm. This report proposes a new CO:RE 4Cs classification, recognising that online risks arise when a child: (1) engages with and/or is exposed to potentially harmful CONTENT; (2) experiences and/or is targeted by potentially harmful CONTACT; (3) witnesses, participates in and/or is a victim of potentially harmful CONDUCT; (4) is party to and/or exploited by a potentially harmful CONTRACT. The 4Cs classification also distinguishes between aggressive, sexual and value risks, as we as important cross-cutting risks, notably to children’s privacy, health and fair treatment.
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#Online #risks for #children are changing.
Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova worked with #InsafeNetwork & INHOPE to produce a new classification of risk!
📣 Join us for the launch (10th March): http://bit.ly/corewp5risk
👁️‍🗨️ Read our latest report 👇👇👇
 
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Key insights • Digital learning environments (DLEs) make it possible to maintain the operability of schools while helping to extend the whole concept of schools from the physical to the sociotechnical sphere. • Organisational and individual resilience lies, among other things, in the strategic ability to adapt to and use emerging technologies. The response to the COVID- 19 pandemic was evidently about building the resilience of schools as organisations and of all individual actors – teachers, parents, and students. • DLEs provide more flexible opportunities for learning, but only if sufficient infrastructure and support for students are provided. Under some circumstances, DLEs may have a negative impact on learning outcomes. • The way to a flexible, inclusive, and sustainable school involves using a hybrid model of digital and physical learning environments. The digitalisation of schools is about taking the leverage of technology and adopting high-end solutions in parallel to those available in real life. • Parents and guardians are key to the success of remote learning in many ways. Teachers should consider the limited time resources and increased stress parents experience and acknowledge that it may require extra effort for many parents to familiarise themselves with a situation that differs dramatically from their own experiences of attending school. • Children and young people are the most important stakeholders in the school context. Students who do not have the skills to participate and lack the skills to understand the dynamics within digital learning environments can
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We're excited to launch our very first CO:RE Key Topics Short Report titled The Changing Role of Digital Learning Environments during/after the #COVID19 Pandemic. Author ✍️ Jussi Okkonen @Tampere University discusses the role of #resilience in the context of #DigitalLearningEnvironments and outlines practical implications for #schools, #parents and #guardians, #children and #youth as well as actors in #policy making. Give it a read and send us your feedback! w/ @Maria Murumaa-Mengel, Veronika Kalmus & Andra Siibak @University of Tartu #COREShortReport #COREKeyTopics | https://core-evidence.eu/resilience-in-schools-education/
 
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👉 CO:RE Theories Webinar
📆 Wed, 10 March
⏰ 16-17.30 CET
🗣️ Prof Julia Davidson (on Twitter: @JuliaDavidson13); 🗣️ Dr. Stephan Drexer (on Twitter: @dryhairtogo); 🗣️ Elisabeth Staksrud (on Twitter: @EStaksrud); 🗣️ Prof Giuseppe Veltri (on Twitter: @gaveltri); 🗣️ Prof Sonia Livingstone (on Twitter: @Livingstone_S) w/ Mariya Stoilova (on Twitter: @Mariya_Stoilova)
 
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📅 Wednesday, 10 March 2021 ⏰16-17.30 CET 🎟️https://core-evidence.eu/core-theories-webinar-understanding-online-risks-for-children/
In a fast-developing digital ecology, the nature of online risk is continually evolving, sometimes exposing children to emerging risks well before adults know how to mitigate them. This poses challenges to our understanding of children’s experience to different types of online risk and the factors that may exacerbate or mitigate any harmful consequences. How can we conceptualise online risk, what factors underpin it both within and outside the digital domain? How does risk relate to children’s changing role in the digital environment – as a recipient, a participant, an actor and a consumer? Do risks change with the development of the digital ecology and how does that affect children? How do regulatory, technical, social or individual aspects affect risk exposure and whether risks lead to harm? In this webinar we will debate the theories and concepts that underpin such questions, drawing on media and communication, criminology, legal, and psychology approaches.
Speakers: Julia Davidson (University of East London), Stephan Dreyer (Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut), Elisabeth Staksrud (University of Oslo), Giuseppe Veltri (University of Trento)
Chair: Sonia Livingstone , LSE Discussant: Mariya Stoilova , LSE
 
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Making evidence available, packaging & translating evidence, and fostering dialogue & bringing evidence into discourse and decision-making - these are three key goals of the CO:RE project to make the internet a better place for children. 🎬 Watch the new video with @UweHasebrink, @Livingstone_S, @BONeillTUDublin, @_VeronicaDonoso and figure out how to get involved in this mission. #SID2021 #SaferInternetDay https://core-evidence.eu/vlog-sid-2021/
 
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Right in time for the upcoming #SaferInternetDay21, Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova updated the 4Cs of online risk classification. Read the blog post and please share your thoughts! 👇
#SaferInternetDay #SID #SID21 #4Cs #onlinerisk
 
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So, it might be the case that you haven't seen our first newsletter released in December.
But there's no reason for a fear of missing out. You can read the first newsletter here 👉 https://core-evidence.eu/newsletter-12-2020/.
And then, of course, if you haven't subscribed yet, please do so here 👉 https://core-evidence.eu/#!/newsletter!
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... and have a new episode of our #TheoriesVlogSeries.
"Policymakers, educators, and the public often have implicit theories about what is good for children, what is bad about the media ... We are not talking to tabula rasa people, so when we disseminate our research, we have to enter the communicative process form the theories that they have in mind."
🎬 Watch the latest episode in which Prof Uwe Hasebrink talks about his work, the ideas that inspire him, and what role theories play in disseminating research.
w/ CO:RE work package 5 on Theories, Mariya Stoilova and Sonia Livingstone @ The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
 
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🎞️ You can now watch the video from our most recent webinar where we discussed #ethicalimplications that arise when researching with and about #childrenonline.
Our panellists discussed three central topics. These were:
(a) the importance of obtaining #Ethicalinformedconsent from research participants and recognising the differences between legal and ethical consent;
(b) the importance of recognising the differences between children and young people’s perceptions of #privacy and publicity in online contexts; and
(c) the different kinds of #powerrelations that emerge when conducting research with and about children online.
If you have questions or comments about this topic we would really like to hear from you! Please contact us via our social media profiles, or by responding to the blog post about this webinar 👇👇👇
w/ Elisabeth Staksrud and Niamh Ni Bhroin | University of Oslo (UiO), Vidar Enebakk and Ingrid Synnøve Torp | The Norwegian National Committees for Research Ethics, Giovanna Mascheroni (ySKILLS) | Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brady Robards | Monash University
 
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So, if you haven't read it yet, 1️⃣ go and subscribe to our newsletter to receive future ones and then 2️⃣ click the posting below to read our first newsletter. 😁 https://core-evidence.eu/newsletter-12-2020/
 
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For today's #IDPD, Sonia Livingstone and Mariya Stoilova have published an insightful blog post on growing up in a #digitisedsociety with #disabilities - together with our wonderful partners at DIGYMATEX, DigiGen, and ySKILLS.
#IDPD2020
 
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