ParentNets, which ran from 2014 to 2016, was concerned with parenting in the digital age. It aimed to be innovative, as there had been no programs so far as broad and specific in the field of adult education on this topic. The seven project partners wanted parents to know more about the activities their children are involved with on the Internet, with particular emphasis on the detection and prevention of the risks that new technologies have on youngsters.
The project has provided attractive and relevant material – a multimedia game and an interactive manual – which allows parents to prevent their children being exposed to risks related to the use of the Internet and Social Networks and the ways to detect problems.
More details can be found on the project website