Schools can review their own eSafety infrastructure, policy and practices against national and international standards. The eSL is currently active in 38 countries representing a community of almost 4,000 teachers and national contact points (Ministries of Education, universities, Safer Internet Centres, etc).
Duration: 2012 - ongoing
From 2017 to 2019, the project eSafety Label+, funded by Erasmus+, the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport, was developed under the umbrella of eSafety Label. The main objective of the ‘eSafety Label+: become the next eSafety Champion' project was to mobilise and foster the exchange of knowledge and best practices among a wide community of European teachers, heads of schools, IT advisors, IT counsellors, and other school actors to better equip schools for a safe and responsible digital future. The eSL+ project helped to grow the eSafety Label ecosystem into a vibrant online community of practice, supporting the continuous professional development of school staff.
- Status: Current