CO:RE - Children Online: Research and Evidence
About our SID activities
The CO:RE Knowledge Base provides a fantastic insight into existing studies and data on children's online experiences in Europe. Various toolkits also encourage exploration of relevant theories, methods, pedagogical issues and research ethics. To identify any research gaps and needs, we are also interested in which topics are considered important by different stakeholders and audiences. Any suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org are very welcome.
What we are doing to support the SID 2023 slogan of "Together for a better internet"…
A better web requires a concerted effort from all parties involved, as well as sustained research. With the CO:RE Knowledge Base we want to bridge the gap between researchers and relevant stakeholders and provide an empirically based basis for deciding and acting to jointly create the conditions for a better Internet.
What we are doing to mark the 20th anniversary of Safer Internet Day…
- Emphazing the necessity and added value of sustainable research for a better internet for children.
- Building bridges and networks between researchers, educators and policy makers to ensure and support good internet use by young people.
- Translating research for action.
The CO:RE Knowledge Base provides a collection of research, evidence and guiding materials and resources relating to children and youth in the digital world. It is directed at researchers and young scholars, educators and policymakers and aims to transfer knowledge in a stakeholder-specific and tailored form.
CO:RE not only provides information, but also aims to promote exchange between researchers, education and policy stakeholders. Your contact and feedback are therefore very much appreciated.