CO:RE – Children Online: Research and Evidence

Children and young people go online virtually every day. International data on children and online media is extensive, heterogeneous and partly contradictory.

Children Online: Research and Evidence (CO:RE) aims to create a comprehensive pan-European knowledge platform with the participation of international researchers, educators, policy makers and concerned dialogue groups. Providing an overview of the research situation, enabling access to empirical data, distributing policy recommendations and offering resources for education lie at the heart of the project.

The aim of the CO:RE project is the conception and implementation of a comprehensive and at the same time dynamic, pan-European knowledge platform on the experiences of children and young people in digital communication spaces and the effects of technological changes on children and young people. The CO:RE knowledge platform provides a holistic overview of the current research landscapes and enables access to empirical data for re-analysis. Furthermore, it offers a range of resources and materials, such as blog posts, reports, and e-brochures for researchers, educators, and policy makers alike for more than 30 European countries.

The project is conducted by a consortium of organisations composed of Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institute (HBI), TAKEPART Media + Science GmbH, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC), University of Akureyri (UNAK), University of Tartu (UTARTU), London School of Economics (LSE), Tampere University (TAU), University of Oslo (UIO), Technological University Dublin, and European Schoolnet (EUN).

Website: https://core-evidence.eu/

Duration: 2020 - 2022

Funding: European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

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  • Status: Past