Social and Educational uses of ICT's
Internet, “network of networks” is a very potent tool in hands of any user, with many possibilities. But it also represents dangers, and regarding these dangers, it is important to advice and guide users, especially those that because of their characteristics, are potentially more vulnerable: underage individuals. The web page: “Secure network IB”, offers resources aimed to minors, parents and teachers to encourage a secure use of Internet by minors and youngsters.
Lectures and conferences
- R. Rodríguez-Rodríguez, I. Sureda-Garcia, J. Sureda-Negre, R. Comas-Forgas (2015). Cyberbullying amongst gifted students: are they suffering more aggressions than other students? ICERI2015 Proceedings, Valencia: IATED.
Publications (Since 2010)
- Comas-Forgas, R., Sureda-Negre, J., & Calvo-Sastre, A. (2017). Characteristics of Cyberbullying Among Native and Immigrant Secondary Education Students. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning (IJCBPL), 7(1), 1-17.
- Sureda-Negre, J., Comas-Forgas, R., & Morey-López, M. (2010). Internet access by minors at home: usage norms imposed by parents. Revista Comunicar, 17(34), 135-143.
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