Academics Exposed to CyberCreeps

Having recently research cyber-bullying re:kids, and knowing that it's a problem in the workplace - I hadn't thought so much about this, although I guess I may have seen the negativity that public figures attract when seeking impact: She was also concerned that academics were more at risk than other professions because of the “impact agenda”, which pressured them into building a public profile – often by cultivating a strong online identity. “If your institution…

#DigitalParenting: Shaheen Shariff: Truths & Myths of Cyber-Bullying

Shaheen Shariff & Andrew H. Churchill (Eds) Truths and Myths of Cyber-bullying: International Perspectives on Stakeholder Responsibility and Children's Safety (2009) Edited by Canadians, drawing upon authors from across the globe - more detailed than many may want, and with a particular focus upon the role of educational institutions, but lots of really interesting content. The core argument is that issues “cannot be simplified to focus solely on the behaviours of children and youth without adequate consideration of the systemic…