πŸ“‘ A framework for digital resilience: supporting children through an enabling environment

Bookmarked A framework for digital resilience: supporting children through an enabling environment (blogs.lse.ac.uk)

Digital resilience – like the internet itself – is a built on connection. Developing children’s digital resilience must be a collective response. This requires having the evidence to know what actually works, the will to design better services, the understanding to apply regulation appropriately, and the capacity to provide relevant and accessible support.

Cliff Manning discusses the Digital Resilience Framework:

The framework defines digital resilience and is designed to provide a simple process for organisations to assess for themselves whether different types of environments, content, online services and policies support, or hinder, digital resilience. 

This has me rethinking the idea of digital mindfulness and Ian O’Byrne’s point that it is a collective action.

Resilience and recovery are not the responsibility of an individual, they are the result of collective action.

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