Welcome to the SPACE public digital library of Open Educational Resources about cyberbullying!
Here you can find the indications to carry out the OER advanced search.
OER are classified according to the following categories:
You can select one or more category to find the resource; if you don’t select anything, the system will return the complete list of resources.
General area: Knowledge of the typologies of bullying and cyberbullying, definition of the phenomenon, risks factors, incidence.
Psycho-social-pedagogical area: Understanding the cyberbullying situations and phenomena, managing conflicts, planning information and training activities for the students.
Technological area: Aware use of social media, online communication, safety and well-being.
Regulations area: European and national laws, recommendations, circulars, institutions to contact in case of cyberbullying episodes.
The style, the lexicon, the content of a resource can meet better the needs of student, of a teacher, of a parent, of the person responsible for running the school.
Resources are available in the following languages:
and Portuguese (PT).
Select the year of the release of the resource.
Report: project report, or research report, or institutional report, etc.
Paper, article: online magazine, conference proceeding, academic website, etc.
Book or book chapter: must be fully available on web
Courseware material (lesson or module or unit): contents expressly produced to be used within a training program
Wiki or knowledge base: like Wikipedia or other online manuals
Game or interactive content: game, simulation, app, quiz, etc.
Law or regulation: text of the law or regulation
Statistic data: statistical data from an accredited institution
Infographic, diagram, illustration: any graphical representation to summarize or illustrate a phenomenon: infographic, diagram, presentation, scheme, map, brochure, etc.
Video: like Youtube or other online video
Podcast: a digital audio file
Web page: a web page from an organization, an institution, a project, a school, etc.
No restrictions: No restrictions on your remixing, redistributing, or making derivative works. Give credit to the author, as required
Remix and share: Your remixing, redistributing, or making derivatives works comes with some restrictions, including how it is shared
Share only: Your redistributing comes with some restrictions. Do not remix or make derivative works
Other: Copyrighted materials, available under Fair Use or other custom arrangements. Go to the resource provider to see their individual restrictions