Engaging Children About Online Privacy Through Storytelling in an Interactive Comic

@inproceedings{ZhangKennedy2017EngagingCA,
  title={Engaging Children About Online Privacy Through Storytelling in an Interactive Comic},
  author={Leah Zhang-Kennedy and Khadija Baig and Sonia Chiasson},
  booktitle={BCS HCI},
  year={2017}
}
Children’s privacy is put at risk through online sharing of location-based information. We study the effectiveness of an educational interactive comic on improving 11to 13-year-old children’s privacy knowledge and behaviour immediately and one week after reading. Children’s privacy knowledge increased after reading either the comic or the text-only control, but the comic promoted superior knowledge retention a week later and was more successful at influencing children’s reported privacy… CONTINUE READING

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