Do you play video games on the internet in excess? Are you compulsively shopping online? Are you constantly checking your social media?
These are just a few examples of what we usually refer as ‘Internet Addictive Behaviour’ (IAB), which inevitably can affect our emotional and social wellbeing in a negative way.
With this in mind, the new Erasmus+ KA2 Adult Project Internet Abuse Identification and Personalised Withdrawal Strategies (I-AID), aims to support adults with excessive preoccupation with the internet to implement personalised moderation plans and screen moderation strategies through a personalised learning approach.
The methodological and technological tools will be developed as a result of the interdisciplinary experience of the partners to encompass different scientific and cultural perspectives in the proposed approach. The kick-off meeting of the project was organised in Edinburgh, UK on the 27th – 28th January 2020. During the meeting, the main objectives of the project were analysed and the next steps were agreed.
A big thank you to the coordinator and hosting organisation of this project Civic (UK), as well as the rest of the partners
Advancis Business Services (Portugal), Asserted Knowledge Omorrythmos (Greece), Nottingham Trent University (UK) and The Stowarzyszenie
Centrum Wspierania Edukacji I Przedsiebiorczosci (Poland) for the great cooperation.