Upcoming Webinar: Safer on the Net Using Social Media with Digital Awareness

15.11.2016

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Living in a digital safer world means firstly understanding and finding the rules of appropriate online behavior to defend our privacy and reputation on the Internet. Today we could say that we are what we are sharing. The Internet remembers everything - preserving everything we write, we comment; all the content that we share. 

This webinar aims to focus on instruments and tools such as software, apps, service settings that we are often using without knowledge and awareness in order to help us make the best use of the Internet. Our online identity is shaped by the way we use digital tools and in order to benefit the most from the opportunities of digital tools, we need to know how they function. 

Date: Tuesday 29 November 2016, 10:00 Europe Time (Brussels, GMT+01:00)  
Where: online (Webex)

We invite teachers to join this webinar from their classrooms and let their students ask any questions they might have.

Speaker: Dr. Emma Pietrafesa (PhD) Communicator and Rearcher at research institutions and universities.  

Emma Pietrafesa has worked in the field of research and communications for over 10 years, with a focus on: ICT and social media and impact on lifestyles, gender, health and safety at work issues, cyber harassment and cyber safety. She is in charge of editorial coordination of the academic magazine RES PUBLICA. To her credit (in Italian, French and English) she has over 40 publications including articles, essays, monographs and editorial coordination of scientific and academic publications. Lecturer and speaker at industry conferences and seminars. She writes in the ICT and digital sector for online publications: Ingenium Magazine, Tech Economy and Girl Geek Life.

Register for the webinar here. All registered participants will receive an email with instructions on how to join the webinar session.

NB: Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis!

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