Happy Onlife, play and learn online safety.
You can now learn how to behave safely in the digital world by playing the Happy Onlife game.
This engaging game aims at supporting children between 8-12 years along with involving their parents and teachers in initiating active mediation of the digital technology with them.
Quiz questions embedded in the game on the use of internet, social networks, and online-games are designed to prompt discussion between players and empower them for a responsible and safe way of using digital media.
The game presents key messages about children's use and overuse and misuse risks such as cyber-bullying, as well as simple and clear strategies of prevention, mediation or remediation of internet issues.
The Portuguese translation / adaptation of Happy Onlife resources is by Patricia Dias (Research Centre for Communication and Culture, Catholic University of Portugal) and Rita Brito (Research Centre for Communication and Culture, Catholic University of Portugal), September 2016.
The Romanian translation / adaptation of the digital game is by Anca Velicu (Institute of Sociology at the Romanian Academy, Bucurest) and Monica Mitarca (Faculty of Political Science at ‘Dimitrie Cantemir’ Christian University, Bucharest), August 2017.
The Greek translation / adaptation of Happy Onlife resources is by Anastasia Economou (Pedagogical Institute of Cyprus) and Aphrodite Stephanou (Pedagogical Institute of Cyprus), and Ioannis Lefkos (5th Primary School of Kalamaria - Thessaloniki and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), October 2017.
The Georgian translation is by Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC) and Bidzina Makashvili, April 2019.