[Air-L] Teaching privacy

Stefania Milan stefania.milan at utoronto.ca
Tue Oct 23 01:53:19 PDT 2012

Hi Gerardo

an Italian foundation (Fondazione <a href) created Privacy Traders,  
for high school students. It is a sort of role play game, tested with  
success and ready to be promoted in Italian schools via the Ministry  
of Education, University and Research. In English here:  


Quoting "Quinn, Kelly [COMM]" <kquinn8 at uic.edu>:

> Hi Gerardo,
> Just returned from the fabulous IR13 conference where Kate Raynes-Goldie
> of Curtin University presented on an online privacy literacy game she
> helped develop with a group of 8-10 year olds and some game designers. You
> may want to contact her or Matt Allen directly at Curtin for
> information--it was quite an innovative way to teach privacy to children!
> Cheers,
> Kelly Quinn
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> From: Gerardo S?nchez <geruzko at gmail.com>
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> Dear AoIRists
> Sorry for cross postings. I'm Gerardo S?nchez, research assistant at the
> International Computer Science institute in Berkeley California. As a part
> of a new project we are launching this fall regarding innovative teaching
> privacy strategies for K-12 scholars, a group of collaborators and I
> (Blanca Gordo, Gerald Friedland, Dan Garcia, et al) are developing new
> techniques for teaching privacy issues over the network society. In this
> regard, I would like to receive some feedback and recommendations from the
> community on relevant literature and multimedia material if there is
> something like relevant literary narratives or fables for raising
> awareness
> to kids or the public over their posting practices and their online
> behavior.
> I would appreciate your valuable insights
> Best Regards
> Gerardo S?nchez
> Research Assistant
> International Computer Science Institute
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