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Discover new materials created under the SMaRT-EU project. 

What is online shaming?

Video Social media lecturer Maria Murumaa-Mengel from University of Tartu explains what is online shaming and what can we do about it. (English)

What is online shaming?

Video Social media lecturer Maria Murumaa-Mengel from University of Tartu explains what is online shaming and what can we do about it. (Estonian)

Social cooling and post-shame society

Social media lecturer Maria Murumaa-Mengel from University of Tartu explains what is ’social cooling’ and its counter practice ’post-shame society’. This is relevant for all who work with youth and care for teenagers’ engagement in society. (Estonian)

Social cooling and post-shame society

Social media lecturer Maria Murumaa-Mengel from University of Tartu explains what is ’social cooling’ and its counter practice ’post-shame society’. This is relevant for all who work with youth and care for teenagers’ engagement in society. (Estonian)

Secret messages as a privacy practice

Social media lecturer Maria Murumaa-Mengel from University of Tartu talks about secret messages in plain sight that young people use. Are they bad and should be somehow restricted, or… Maria has another idea. (English)

Secret messages as a privacy practice

Social media lecturer Maria Murumaa-Mengel from University of Tartu talks about secret messages in plain sight that young people use. Are they bad and should be somehow restricted, or… Maria has another idea. (Estonian)

Social Media Fact or Fake?

Check out our Social Media posts and decide for yourself whether or not you can trust what they say. Click on the hotspots to learn more about the anatomy of posts in your newsfeed.

Challenges with seniors using (social)media – usability and segregation

Educational gerontologist Tiina Tambaum (Tallinn University, Estonia) highlights two main challenges that elderly people face while using social media or media in general. (English)

Challenges with seniors using (social)media – usability and segregation

Educational gerontologist Tiina Tambaum (Tallinn University, Estonia) highlights two main challenges that elderly people face while using social media or media in general. (Estonian)

Young people and local media

Anabela Carvalho (Jornal O Gaiense, Projeto Melhor Escola, Gaiense Kids) discusses the relation between young people and local media, and how these media can contribute to citizenship.(Portuguese)

Social media and educational uses

Vitor Tomé (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) discusses social media educational uses and the essential skills to use social media in a positive way. (Portuguese)

Educators and social media

Teresa Pombo (Portuguese teacher, Teacher Trainer and Collaborator of the National Reading Plan 2027) discusses educators, social media and classroom practices. (Portuguese)

Older people and social media

Raquel Patrício (CIEB - Instituo Politécnico de Bragança) discusses the relationship between older people, and social and the potencial of intergenerationality. (Portuguese)

Media education and Social Media

Luís Pereira (Imperial College - London) reflects on the importance of media education and the potencial of using social media in the classroom. (Portuguese)

Jornalists, citizens and fact-checking

Isabel Nery (Sindicato dos Jornalistas) discusses disinformation and fake news and the essential skills and knowledge jornalists and citizens should have. (Portuguese)

Influencers and disinformation

Carla Baptista (Nova FCSH, ICNOVA and Influencers Trust Project) reflects on the role influencers can play in education and citizenship promotion. (Portuguese)

Social media and citizenship

Andreia Martins (CoolPolitics and Democracia do Bem Comum) discusses the way social media can contribute to citizenship and participation. (Portuguese)

Regulators and Social Media

Sandra Oliveira (4Change - Portugal) discusses how regulators can hold social media platforms accountable for the content disseminated. (Portuguese)

Regulators and Social Media

José Paulo Oliveira (ReThink & CEAR projects, Universidade Lusófona) discusses how regulators can hold social media platforms accountable for the content disseminated.(Portuguese)

Regulators and Social Media

David Ruah (ReThink & CEAR projects, Universidade Lusófona) discusses how regulators can hold social media platforms accountable for the content disseminated. (Portuguese)
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