Research report: Mapping online safety needs and priorities in education
This report identifies the key strengths and weaknesses of online safety across schools in Europe, as well as areas of improvement. In addition, it assesses the current certification process of eSafety Label and the impact of the initiative in the schools’ environment.
The report draws upon a quantitative research carried out among 1,150 members of the eSafety Label community and forms an evidence base for all further eSafety Label+ project activities. More info
The eSafety Label platform: Online capacity building tools and services
Online capacity building tools and services were newly developed and integrated into the eSafety Label platform, which was revamped. Furthermore, eSafety Label+ project partners will update content and animate discussion, forging a more vibrant community of practice.
eSafety Champion materials
A broad range of fact sheets, guidelines and best practice scenarios on online safety aiming to inspire and engage teachers and pupils on online safety discussions will be published in three set along the course of the project. These learning materials foster the creation of an online safe school ecosystem, focusing on the three key areas of online safety (infrastructure, policy and practice).
Materials will be available in English, Czech, Greek and Portuguese. More info
European eSafety Champion MOOC for connected schools
An eSafety Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will be hosted on the European Schoolnet Academy in 2019. The MOOC will include outcomes of the eSL+ project and will make the eSafety Champion material available to the wider public, engaging teachers across Europe and beyond in the discussions, supporting them with establishing an online safe infrastructure, and developing according policies and practices. The MOOC will be aimed at primary and secondary level teachers of any subject, as well as ICT administrators and school counsellors.
More information on the eSafety Champion MOOC will come in spring 2019.
eSL+ manifesto: Become the next eSafety Champion - lessons learned and how to move forward
The eSL+ manifesto is a public friendly report that will provide recommendations for policy makers and practitioners on how to equip schools for a safe and responsible digital future, including feedback and hands-on practices from the eSafety Champions. Furthermore, it will also summarise key findings and lessons learned through the project.
The manifesto will be published in winter 2019.