The publicly available outcomes of the IDentifEYE project are listed below one by one and are accessible online under a dedicated subdomain.

Access to the confidential and restricted results is through here (access is controlled and requires credentials – please use the Contact Form to request access and a project representative will contact you).

 

Augmented Reality and Media Content Development Guidelines (R4)

Technical guidelines for the creation and population with content of the IDentifEYE facilitating tools.

Questionnaire (R7)

A questionnaire which supported the requirements identification process in the context of the analysis phase. Available in EN, EL, PL, NL, LT, ES.

Reference List (R8)

A collection of material related to the study of Online Identities (studies, papers, conferences, workshops, case studies, etc.). The list of references is provided per age group, one list for the 8-11 age group and one list for the 12-14 age group.

Selection Criteria (R9)

The criteria used to identify the material considered in relation to the project theme and thus stored in the projects online repository of research material.

Country Reports (R10)

Four Country Reports (EL, ES, LT, PL) depicting the current situation in the transfer countries with regards to online risks in general and online identities in particular.

European Overview (R11)

The conclusions from the four country reports. Conclusions are compared and discussed with the purpose of presenting an overview of the situation in the transfer countries.

Approach Methodology (R12)

The methodology for approaching the target groups is defined taking into account the established objectives and results in relation to the target groups.

Curriculum Design (R13)

The curriculum design guides the iterative development of the IDentifEYE training programme curriculum. The design comprises the first conceptual version of the actual curriculum and is developed for teachers of both age groups, 8-11 and 12-14.

Curriculum (R15)

The curriculum was developed iteratively based on the outcomes of workshop cycles which guided each time the next, improved versions of the curriculum. All versions of the curriculum are publicly available and the final version is licensed under Creative Commons (Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License). Download an archive with the latest version of the Curriculum by clicking the download button or access the curriculum folder by clicking here.

Didactic Methodology and Multimedia Instructions (R16)

The didactic methodology as it was finalised through the execution of a series of workshops, accompanied by a set of multimedia instructions to support its comprehension and implementation. You can download a complete archive with the multimedia instructions by clicking on the download buttons or access the individual items through here.

Workshop Organisation, Planning and Material Preparation (R17)

The information and resources in support of the organisation and planning of the IDentifEYE workshops and a collection of supporting material. An archive containing all the resources above is available here. The individual resources can be downloaded from here.

Administration Methodology (R19)

The details for the proper administration of the workshops. The individual Annexes can be browsed and downloaded from here. The complete Annex can be downloaded in compressed form here.

Workshop Description Manual (R21)

A guide for teachers on how to conduct the IDentifEYE workshops.  It offers a description of the Sessions which comprise the workshop and their associated modules and resources. The guide is available in PDF in EN, EL, PL, ES, LT, NL. The guide is also available in all 6 languages in ePub format here.

 

The workshop description manual is also available on commercial e-reading platforms such as Scribd (a digital documents library that allows users to publish, discover and discuss original writings and documents in various languages) and ISSUU (a free electronic publishing platform).

 

Workshop Description Manual Scribd ISSUU
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Greek version Publication Publication
Polish version Publication Publication
Dutch version Publication Publication
Lithuanian version Publication Publication
Spanish version Publication Publication

 

 

Recommendations Methodology (R24)

Provides the process for capturing and recording recommendations of practical value for the practitioners of the IDentifEYE workshops.

Overall Conclusions and Final Recommendations (R25)

A report with the combined findings from all workshops executed in the life of the project. The findings are related mainly to curriculum, didactic methodology, project portal, educational game and also weaknesses.

Project Info Kit (R27)

In support of the dissemination efforts to generate awareness about the IDentifEYE ideas and encourage the use of the project outcomes by the school community, several dissemination instruments have been prepared and several channels have opened. All items are part of the project information kit archive. The individual items of the kit can be browsed here.

Promotional Video (R29)

A promotional video about the project, reflecting on the experiences of pilot participants in available in EN, EL, NL, PL, ES under the project channel on YouTube.

An Augmented Reality video is also available in the project languages. It is accessible through here.

 

Newsletters (R30)

The archive of newsletters informing about project progress and important updates from the project or from the wider area of Internet Safety is available in EN, EL, PL, LT, ES, NL.

All newsletters are available online at ISSUU (which is a leading digital publishing platform with a wide online audience) and also on SlideShare (which is the largest presentation sharing site in the world).

Newsletters were re-distributed through several other media as well.  Also mailchimp campaigns were held for EN and EL newsletters.

 

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IDEYE Newsletter 2 Slideshare

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  ISSUU Newsletter 2 Stack
IDEYE Newsletter 3 Slideshare

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IDEYE Newsletter 4 Slideshare

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Web 2.0 (R31)

The list of Social Media tools and technologies used for promoting the IDEntifEYE project.

Press Releases (R32)

Multilingual press releases about the project.

The press releases are available online at ISSUU (which is a leading digital publishing platform with a wide online audience) and also on SlideShare (which is the largest presentation sharing site in the world) and Pinterest (online pin board).

 

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Press Release 1 Slideshare

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ENTER Network

 

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Publications

The list of all project related publications in the life of the project.

Presentations

Project related presentations in the life of the project (from conferences and other events).

Final Conference (R33)

All resources from the final conference “Safe Online Conference: Behaviours, approaches and tools for a safer online environment” organized by the project. During the conference, the IDentifEYE training programme was presented along with the results of the project.

Best Practices & Lessons Learned (R34)

A collection of Best Practices and Lessons Learned as they emerged during the project life. They address items such as Partnership, Sustainability, Networking, Innovation, etc. The intention is to promote the recurrence of desirable activities and preclude the recurrence of undesirable activities.

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