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eTwinning Online Seminar:
eTwinning eSafety Webinar
04 February 2015 – 06pm CET
Welcome
We will start in a few minutes
eTwinning Online Seminar:
eTwinning eSafety Webinar
04 February 2015 – 06pm CET
Maïté Debry
Sarah Willoughby
Sylvia Hartin...
Welcome – some instructions
If you want to speak we
will unmute your
microphone. When you’re
finished mute it again.
If yo...
If you have problems with sound
We recommend to use headsets
On the top bar click on Audio
Click Speaker/Microphone Audio ...
Speaker
Maïté Debry – member of the Central
Support Service of eTwinning, in charge
of questions related to eSafety for th...
Speaker
Sarah Willoughby has been working with the eSafety team
at European Schoolnet (EUN) since July 2010, coordinating
...
Speaker
Sylvia Hartinger has been working with
European Schoolnet for 12 years. She has a
technical background and in the ...
Speaker
Koldo Olaskoaga is ICT
coordinator at the school EASO
POLITEKNIKOA, Donostia-San
Sebastián, ESPAGNE
He is eSafety ...
Opportunities for eTwinners to work on internet
safety issues
Section on eTwinning public portal with resources,
links, in...
www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
Example of collaborative projects
www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
eTwinning kit – Digital Safety
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Presentation from the eTwinning eSafety webinar that took place on 4 February 2015.

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eTwinning Online Seminar: eTwinning eSafety Webinar

  1. 1. eTwinning Online Seminar: eTwinning eSafety Webinar 04 February 2015 – 06pm CET Welcome We will start in a few minutes
  2. 2. eTwinning Online Seminar: eTwinning eSafety Webinar 04 February 2015 – 06pm CET Maïté Debry Sarah Willoughby Sylvia Hartinger Koldo Olaskoaga Welcome
  3. 3. Welcome – some instructions If you want to speak we will unmute your microphone. When you’re finished mute it again. If you would like to contribute with something If you agree/if your answer is yes If you disagree/if your answer is no If the person speaking is going too fast ask to go slower If the person speaking is going too slow ask to go faster If you want to express your emotions
  4. 4. If you have problems with sound We recommend to use headsets On the top bar click on Audio Click Speaker/Microphone Audio Test If it still does not work, try to leave the session and come back again
  5. 5. Speaker Maïté Debry – member of the Central Support Service of eTwinning, in charge of questions related to eSafety for the eTwinning programme. Originally from Brussels, Belgium, hold a Master degree in international relations. Started working for European Schoolnet in 2008
  6. 6. Speaker Sarah Willoughby has been working with the eSafety team at European Schoolnet (EUN) since July 2010, coordinating content and dissemination activities across various eSafety projects and activities. One of Sarah’s key areas of work is coordinating the Safer Internet Day (SID) campaign. She has an extensive background in online safety in education having worked for a number of years as a consultant to the safeguarding team at Becta (the former UK agency for ICT in education) and, as a chartered librarian, has a strong professional interest in digital literacy skills. As a mother of two tech-savvy children (aged 9 and 12), she is well aware of the speed at which youngsters grasp new technology...and the issues this can bring!
  7. 7. Speaker Sylvia Hartinger has been working with European Schoolnet for 12 years. She has a technical background and in the past has worked intensively with the Learning Resource Exchange and related resource applications in several EUN projects – also inside eTwinning. Since December 2012 she is part of the eSafety team and has been coordinating the eSafety Label, where she is in charge of the portal and also the roll out across Europe.
  8. 8. Speaker Koldo Olaskoaga is ICT coordinator at the school EASO POLITEKNIKOA, Donostia-San Sebastián, ESPAGNE He is eSafety coordinator in his school He helped the school getting a Silver Label from the eSafety Label project.
  9. 9. Opportunities for eTwinners to work on internet safety issues Section on eTwinning public portal with resources, links, information on Professional Development soon to be open Resources sharing on eSafety in the new teacher desktop, eTwinning life An eTwinning Group launched soon on eSafety questions Workshop at the conference
  10. 10. www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org Example of collaborative projects
  11. 11. www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org eTwinning kit – Digital Safety

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