As part of the ongoing Cultivating Cyber-Phronesis project, the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues invited three digital citizenship experts from a diverse range of fields to write short position papers exploring how character and cyber-wisdom might be cultivated more and most effectively through digital citizenship education.
Hosted and chaired by Dr. Tom Harrison, Reader and Director of Education at the Jubilee Centre, these experts came together in July 2021 for a recorded consultation, to present their papers and partake in a question and answer session.
For further information on this session, to read and download those papers discussed and to learn more about this project click here.
Janice Richardson is the founder of Safer Internet Day, celebrated worldwide since 2004.
Janice is also a noted author, international advisor at Insight S.A, and expert to the Council of Europe, as well as a member of Facebook’s Safety and Youth Advisory Boards and Twitter’s Trust and Security Council.
Dr. Tom Chatfield
Dr. Tom Chatfield is a British author, tech philosopher and educator. Tom took his doctorate and taught at St John’s College, University of Oxford, is currently technology and media advisor at Agathos LLP; an Associate at Perspectiva; a Master’s Committee member at the Economics Research Council and a guest faculty member at the Said Business School, University of Oxford.
Josh Smith is the Chief Technical Officer for Demos and a Senior Researcher with CASM, Demos’ dedicated digital research hub conducted as a joint venture with the University of Sussex.
Josh read a BSc in Philosophy and Mathematics at the University of Warwick and has a background in software development and research, most recently holding a position at IBM as a Python developer and systems administrator.