Podcast of a talk by Neil Ballantyne, Iriss, Zachari Duncalf, Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care and Ellen Daly, Connected Practice, given at the Connected Practice Symposium, "Human services in the network society:changes, challenges & opportunities", Institute for Advanced Studies, Glasgow, 14th/15th September 2009.
Report based on evidence from a small-scale survey carried out between April and July 2009 in 35 maintained schools in England. It evaluates the extent to which the schools taught pupils to adopt safe and responsible practices in using new technologies, and how they achieved this. It also assesses the extent and quality of the training the schools provided for their staff. It responds to the report of the Byron Review, Safer children in a digital world.
Guide for agencies and information providers on how to build and make websites and other e-communication which are user-friendly and accessible for disabled people.
This report provides a comprehensive review of the relatively new phenomenon of Internet-based drug treatment interventions (DTI). It presents a sample of Internet-based DTI programmes across Europe and outlines their methodologies, providing a series of screen shots to further demonstrate the websites’ content and to provide an overall impression of the types of online treatment available.
Handbook containing information and advice to help parents deal successfully with various issues which can affect children such as childcare, health and safety, education, sex and relationships.
Report on the progress made on improving children's digital safety, following the publication of the original review in 2008.
Report of a study which set out to discover how children and young people use new technologies. It concludes that the use of digital technology has been completely normalised by children and young people and is fully integrated into their daily lives.
Report assessing the threats and opportunities technology holds for universities. It argues that technology is making universities just one source among many of knowledge and ideas but that, through their institutional capital, universities can also harness technology to offer more flexible provision and open up more avenues into higher education.