27 Oct 2011

Youth Conference on Cyberspace, facilitated by the NSPCC, which will run alongside the London Conference on Cyberspace:1st-2nd Nov’11.

[Translate] Youth Conference on Cyberspace, facilitated by the NSPCC, which will run alongside the London Conference on Cyberspace. It aims to identify how the many social and economic benefits of the internet can be protected, while tackling the challenges, like cybercrime, which threaten them. The Conference will be attended by 900... Read More
25 Oct 2011

Biggest campaign ever devoted to inspiring, encouraging and supporting millions more people in the UK to get online kick starts when the clocks change on 30 October 2011

[Translate] On 30 October the clocks go back and everyone in the UK has an extra hour. But what does this mean? An extra hour in bed? Or perhaps the chance to use this hour to really change someone‟s life? Race Online 2012 with partners such as the BBC, UK online... Read More
20 Oct 2011

Teacher sharing about his role as a VLE (virtual learning environment) champion.

[Translate] Young people go on a e-journey everyday, they wander in and out of a variety of websites, download music and apps and send multimedia messages. Guest blog by Ben Wisdom-Quieros who works as a Media Studies teacher at Shooters Hill Campus in South East London. We meet when I delivered... Read More
14 Oct 2011

Sensationalization of online risk, Munch-Poke-Ping, Twitter & Facebook Time-line

[Translate] Munch, Poke & Ping – The first Advisry Board meeting took place this week as funding has been awarded for a 16 month project , in attendance: Stephen Carrick-Davies, Munch Poke Ping Katie Bacon, Online Youth Outreach Neil Finbow, – PRUS. Network Claire Smith – TDA Julian Parmiter- Ruined City Films Dr Emma Bond University... Read More
5 Oct 2011

Google Goggles & AR (Augmented reality)

[Translate] Goggle Goggles How does it work? The functionality seems almost basic at first; you take a photo of something and Google Goggles will attempt to find data about the subject online. For example, a snap of a book cover will produce information on the author, publisher and other information – just... Read More