Skip to main content

Course Staff


Eray is a member of the Digital Citizenship team at the EUN. He works mainly on the youth participation and project assessment tasks of the Better Internet for Kids project, among others.


Gareth works as an online safety consultant to European Schoolnet and the UK Safer Internet Centre, delivering education and awareness sessions to youth and adults. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and is a qualified primary school teacher.


Lorcan is a member of the Digital Citizenship team at the EUN. He has volunteered with Better Internet for Kids for 3 years and Is an ambassador on a national level in Ireland for the promotion of digital skills and online safety.

Behind the course

With funding provided by the European Commission's Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), the joint Insafe and INHOPE network of Safer Internet Centres collaborates to deliver a safer internet, promoting safe, responsible use of the internet and mobile devices to children, young people and their families, and working to identify and remove illegal content online, in line with the EC’s Better Internet for Kids Strategy. Visit the Better Internet for Kids portal for further information. For further information on CEF, visit the EC’s Digital Agenda for Europe website.


The ‘Digital Literacy and Online Safety: How the Pandemic Tested Our Skills’ course is produced by European Schoolnet on behalf of the European Commission as part of the Better Internet for Kids contract with active involvement from Insafe network members.

This MOOC is provided in good faith with regards to the validity, accuracy or comprehensiveness of the information contained within it, but please note that the views expressed are not necessarily the views of the European Commission or any partner organisations. Please note also, the authors have no control over third-party references and linked sites, and any referenced links may be subject to change over time.