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Click Clever, Security, and Fair Behaviour at the net

In a virtual mode, due to the pandemic restrictions, the University of Malaga has held the final multiplier event of the Click Clever project, with the attendance of more than 45 people interested in knowing the results of this project. Click Clever is an Erasmus+ project for adult education involving 8 partners from 5 European countries (Italy, Spain, France, Belgium and Greece), which aims to make newcomer internet users digitally aware, able to operate on the network productively, safely and elegantly.

The virtual conference has been conducted by the project coordinator at the University of Malaga, Ana María Castillo-Clavero, who has exhibited the intellectual products developed: the Open Educational Resources Platform (OER) where the results are grouped and training is deployed; the research on the level of knowledge and ease of people in the use of the Internet carried out in all 5 countries; a set of 23 training courses in written and audiovisual format such as dynamic videos, deployed on two levels aimed at educators and users; finally, the guides for future uses that allow learning and improvement by applying recommendations based on the lessons learned. All this material is offered in 5 languages (Spanish, Italian, French, Greek and English) and is completely free and gratis, since its purpose is educational and social.

On behalf of the project's technology partner, Internet Web Solutions, Roberta Albertazzi explained everything about the project's OER platform and its functionalities, said it has already been used by more than 1500 people who have benefited from this training. Thus, Click Clever offerts in courses on how to protect privacy, avoid self-referenciality, slow navigation, improving creativity, protecting oneself from online crimes or knowing how to manage a communication crisis on the network, issues that are not only useful for digital immigrants but also for veteran users, since the analysis carried out shows that there are many phenomena that are still ignored or scarcely known by internet users.

The event concluded with the performance of a comic monologue by young actress Mariade Chaves, who explained to attendees the vicissitudes of a grandmother forced to become an internet user during the confinement that constituted an original and fun finale for this event.

CPIA Lecce             IDP                      Demostene                     UMA

                        ESeniors                                       Internet Web Solutions                     AKMH               

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