Building a Europe for and with children

The Internet literacy handbook is intended for parents, teachers and young people throughout Europe. Composed of 21 fact sheets, each covering a particular topic on Internet use, from searching for information to setting up blogs through to e-citizenship.

 These fact sheets offer teachers and parents sufficient technical know-how to allow them to share young people's and children's voyages through communication technology.

They highlight ethical and safety considerations throughout, and give insight into added value in education; provide ideas for constructive activities in class or at home, share best practice in Internet use, and provide a wealth of definitions and links to sites that give practical examples and further in depth information.


To order:  Council of Europe Publishing.

This book was produced jointly by the Media Division  and the project "Good governance in the information society" (Political  Affairs)