Most parents are lacking confidence and feel they are not well informed when it comes to cyber safety, and talking with their children about online security risks. This was the key finding of a major Australian Government survey… Read more »
The brain is remarkable, not least for the way it can change and adapt under certain conditions. This is called neuro-plasticity. And it’s explored in Norman Doidge’s extraordinary book, The Brain that Changes Itself.
Given the capacity… Read more »
Web 2.0, the social media, and convergence are radically changing the traditional media landscape. Read more »
Roar’s submission to the Australian Government’s cyber crime inquiry proposed the development of a national system of certifiable skills standards. Roar also argued for broad-based digital literacy training to span cyber safety, e-security, and digital citizenship. Both points have been… Read more »
Just released in the United States (04 June 2010), Youth Safety on a Living Internet, the final report by the Online Safety Technology Working Group (OSTWG), found that the best way to assure youth safety on the Internet… Read more »