E-safety and Web 2.0 for children aged 11-16

@article{Sharples2009EsafetyAW,
  title={E-safety and Web 2.0 for children aged 11-16},
  author={Mike Sharples and Rebecca Graber and Colin G. Harrison and Kit Logan},
  journal={J. Comput. Assist. Learn.},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={70-84}
}
Abstract  This paper reports findings from a survey and interviews with children aged 11–16 years, teachers and parents on their attitudes to e-safety in relation to social networking and media creation (Web 2.0) and their practices at school and at home. The results showed that 74% of the children surveyed have used social network (SN) sites and that a substantial minority regularly interact socially online with people they have not met face-to-face. Online interaction forms a different… Expand
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