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The European Youth Skills (ySKILLS) project consortium has created a child-friendly summary of the ySKILLS project results through participatory design. This summary, in the form of an interactive toolkit, is now available on the ySKILLS website.

Free online interactive toolkit to teach young people about digital skills : The European Youth Skills (ySKILLS) project consortium has created a child-friendly summary of the ySKILLS project results through participatory design. This summary, in the form of an interactive toolkit, is now available on the ySKILLS website.

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On 30 November, the ySKILLS consortium will present its research findings on digital literacy of children and young people in Europe. The programme includes a combination of short presentations and panel discussions where practitioners, policy makers and researchers will engage in dialogue. Admission is free but registration is required.

ySKILLS Final Conference on the 30th November 2023 : On 30 November, the ySKILLS consortium will present its research findings on digital literacy of children and young people in Europe. The programme includes a combination of short presentations and panel discussions where practitioners, policy makers and researchers will engage in dialogue. Admission is free but registration is required.

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Joyce Vissenberg, Leen D'Haenens, and Sonia Livingstone evaluated 30 empirical papers on online resilience, digital literacy and young people's well-being in the context of negative online experiences and examines the relationships between these factors.

Systematic Review : Joyce Vissenberg, Leen D'Haenens, and Sonia Livingstone evaluated 30 empirical papers on online resilience, digital literacy and young people's well-being in the context of negative online experiences and examines the relationships between these factors.