In this vlog, Uwe Hasebrink talks about his work, the ideas that inspire him, and how we should develop our current thinking related to children’s internet use.
CO:RE Theories Vlog: Uwe HasebrinkRead More
In this vlog, Uwe Hasebrink talks about his work, the ideas that inspire him, and how we should develop our current thinking related to children's internet use.
Engaging children and young people in research online: Ethical dilemmas, guidelines and experiencesRead More
What ethical issues arise when engaging children and young people in research online? And how have these issues been influenced by the current COVID-19 pandemic? On 3 Dec '20 we organised a webinar to discuss ...
Children with disabilities in the digital environment: turning disadvantage into opportunityRead More
Technologies play an increasingly important role for disabled children’s right to “live a full and decent life with dignity and, as far as possible, independence and to play an active part in the community” (UNCRC, Article 23)...
CO:RE Theories Vlog: David FinkelhorRead More
In this vlog, David Finkelhor talks about his work, the ideas that inspire him, and how we should develop our current thinking related to children's internet use.
CO:RE Ethics Webinar: Engaging children and young people in research onlineRead More
Save the Date: Thursday, 03 December 2020 | 10:00 - 11:30 CET | By CO:RE WP7 - Department of Media and Communications, UiO.
A webinar about ethical issues relating to conducting research with children online.
Children and young people go online virtually every day. International data on children and online media is extensive, heterogeneous and partly contradictory.
Our aim is to create a comprehensive pan-European knowledge platform with the participation of international researchers, educators, policy makers and concerned dialogue groups. Providing an overview of the research situation, enabling access to empirical data, distributing policy recommendations and offering resources for education lie at the heart of our work.
CO:RE – Children Online: Research and Evidence is a highly dynamic project in which different actors are involved and in which different activities take place. Here we inform about all activities relevant to the project, be it events, publications, blog posts, or press releases.