[CANCER] How to Help: A practical guide to supporting people undergoing chemotherapy.

A friend of mine is putting together content to be given to friends and family who may be seeking to help out people, like me, who live on their own or are e.g. single parents, but also those seeking to help more widely. She wants to keep the content simple, but would appreciate some feedback on how helpful this seems, especially from those undergoing chemotherapy (what do you want/not want), and as a friend/family what…

#DigitalParenting Resource: Protecting Children’s Privacy Online with @comparitech

I like this resource looking at managing and protecting children's privacy online. As they say 'better to hear it from a parent than learn it from a stranger or God-knows-who online'. As I wrote in Raising Children in a Digital Age, conversation is key in managing your child's use of digital (rather than burying your head in the sand in the face of all the terrifying media stats). It covers a range of things that are…

[MMU] 7 Questions on Becoming a Media Expert for @business_mmu

Over the last few years, I've been fortunate to engage with some good media coverage related to my research, so was asked to respond to a few questions by the MMU press team, to encourage others to take up the opportunity too. The questions were: How has the training helped you and how have you applied what you have learnt? Why is talking to the media important or useful to you as an academic? How…

11 Stories About #DigitalParenting 17/12/13

Keeping track of a number of stories relating to ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age‘ in the news… and I love this piece about a 'tech-deprived childhood': Link between cyberbullying and teen suicides oversimplified, experts say: One of the threads tying their deaths together is a cause-and-effect link made by the media, politicians and parents between persistent bullying and the victim's decision to end their life -- a phenomenon that generated its own buzzword -- "bullycide." It is…
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