Verónica is a Digital Literacy and Child Online Safety consultant with more than 16 years of experience in the field of children, digital technologies and internet safety. Verónica is the project coordinator of the EC-funded Social Media Literacy for Change project led by European Schoolnet and is a member of the Global Kids Online International Advisory Group.
Eray Basar - course coordinator
Eray initially served as a Web Editor intern for the School Education Gateway as well as the EUN Academy and the Teacher Academy at European Schoolnet. He currently holds the Junior Project Officer position in the Digital Citizenship Team and works on the Better Internet for Kids and eSafety Label+ projects.
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This course was developed within the eSafety Label+ (eSL+) project.
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