Are online ethics common sense? – Flash 01 2019

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19 June 2019 | 11:00-11:30 | EVEREST 1 & 2
Consolidated programme 2019 overview

Session teaser

Inquiries and reflections on challenges of online ethical behavior for digital natives and digital migrants from a perspective of digital education and digital literacy.

Session description

Increased interaction with technology from young people and children assumes promoting netiquette and online ethical behavior. Digital natives might possess capabilities to understand technical challenges of the online environment but their lack of life experience exposes them to constant a threat issued from the consequences of unethical online behavior. Digital natives themselves can generate as well unappropriated online behavior. On the other hand digital migrants and silver surfers do not fully manage the challenges of online threats and their consequences. This vicious cycle is accelerating. In this flash session ethical issues not only in terms of online content but as well in terms of stressing the online ethical behavior in digital education for digital natives and digital migrants will be readdressed and analyzed.


20 minutes of presentations and 10 minutes of Q&A

Further reading

Promoting tolerance and empathy online


Key participants:

  • Oliana Sula, University “Aleksandër Moisiu” Durrës/Estonian Business School
  • Sabrina Vorbau, European Schoolnet