Three new Research Highlights from the UKCCIS Evidence Group

20 Apr 2012 UK SIC

The UKCCIS Evidence Group provides overviews of new findings to inform the promotion of a safer online environment for children.

Today sees the launch of the latest three Research Highlights in the series:

29: Improving e-safety in primary schools

Lucy Shipton, Sheffield Hallam University (Aug 2011) Full publication 
A small scale qualitative study of the internet safety policies and procedures of two primary schools, based on interviews with teachers and focus groups with children.

28: Trends in media use

Childwise (May 2012) Full publication
A large scale quantitative survey of children and young people’s media ownership, internet access and social networking sites use.

27: EU Kids Online – online safety and disadvantaged children

EU Kids Online (Aug 2011) Full publication
A large-scale quantitative study observing trends in the risk-taking behaviours of disadvantaged groups of children.

To see the rest of the Research Highlight Series visit the UKCCIS Evidence Group page on the UK Safer Internet Centre site.