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EU Kids Online 2018 Report to be available soon

The adventure with the internet starts early but it’s usually rather superficial in nature – in most cases young people surf the Web’s surface, not many are actually aware how to use the Internet in a productive way.

It can be said that the more we talk about the beneficial actions, e.g. participating in groups where young people can develop their interests, using the Internet to learn, improving the local community, helping others, the fewer young people actually ‘’walk the talk.’’ Young people’s activities are mostly simplistic, passive, limited mainly to watching Internet videos, and listening to music. This is the picture of the Polish children which emerges from the EU Kids Online 2018 report.

Our researchers from the Laboratory of Interactive Technologies were part of the team that – under the supervision of Jacek Pyżalski, Ph.D. – carried out the Polish section of the research. The group conducted the research as part of an international team implementing the EU Kids Online 2018 project. The report has been completed, and will be available for download soon.