Online resilience

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Online resilience by Mind Map: Online resilience

1. Tanya Byron

1.1. The Byron Review


1.1.2. June 2008


1.1.4. Exectutive summary:

1.2. Video interview:

2. e-safety




3. The Byron review looked at the types of content and experiences that might affect children and young people, for example extreme violence in games, or bullying over the internet. It also looked at the research that has been carried out in this area and sought to identify how children and parents can ensure that children stay safe, whilst still reaping the benefits that technology can bring.

4. The staying safe action plan

5. News Report

5.1. BBC:

5.2. Key Points:



6. Educating parents

7. Definition

7.1. The ability to recover quickly from illness, change, or misfortune; buoyancy

7.1.1. If this is the case don't children need to experience some problems on internet to become resilient

8. How do Parents feel about this review?

8.1. Parents feel paranoid


9. The First UK Child Internet Safety Strategy