On 20 September 2012, the French national centre for pedagogic documentation (CNDP) organised a conference on social media in learning and education for summer university students at the Poitiers Cité des Savoirs.
On 20-21 September 2012, the Polish and German Safer Internet Centres held their annual conference in Warsaw. Among the many highlights of the event, Insafe coordinator Janice Richardson talked about the key drivers and challenges for the 30-country wide Insafe network in 2012, in particular underling the importance of peer support and interaction between youth. She briefly showcased the Pan EU Youth website, supported by the European Commission and Vivendi, where young people are encouraged to meet and teachers can download games to trigger discussion and debate about media-related issues in class.
‘Culture(s) with Vivendi, a journey through cultural diversity’
- Who inspires stars such as Mika, Hélène Grimaud or PJ Harvey?
- What is the connection between pop rock and the cinema?
- Why should we be interested in discovering the cultures of other countries?
- How can I become a film restorer?
- What is a video games developer?
- What does a business affairs manager in the music industry do?
You can discover a wealth of information on ‘Culture(s) with Vivendi‘, a new website launched by Vivendi and entirely devoted to cultural diversity.
Privacy and data protection are very hot topics in our current society. Even when we maintain the most private and secured privacy settings on our accounts, it still feels like people are losing power over the information they put online.
Moreover, whatever we do online, someone may be tracing our steps and using this information for their own benefit. Is anything still private in this world without secrets? Should we hold on to our quest for privacy, or is this an unavoidable evolution?
Our new PlayDecide game tackles these important issues.