Launch of E-Junior: an edutainment platform by Samsung and Tralalere

Samsung Electronics France, in collaboration with Tralalere and its Internet Sans Crainte programme (part of the French Safer Internet Centre), has recently launched the new edutainment platform – a platform designed for children to make learning about online safety issues easier and more enjoyable.

Date 2021-12-14 Author French Safer Internet Centre Section awareness Topic media literacy/education Audience children and young people, parents and carers, teachers, educators and professionals
Children looking at smartphone and sitting on a sofa

Explore the digital world safely 

What to do in case of a bad encounter on the internet? How to react to inappropriate content? What is cyberbullying? The way we see screens has changed, and children and young people may not have the skills and experience to understand the digital world.

In order to help children aged 7 to 13 to use the internet responsibly, Samsung Electronics France, in collaboration with the ed-tech Tralalere and its Internet Sans Crainte programme, launched the edutainment platform.

A world designed for children

This edutainment platform includes:

  • A playful world, designed to capture children’s attention and make learning easier.
  • Eight recreational courses covering key issues related to the digital world: management of screen time, digital identity, protection of personal data, preventing cyberbullying, and more.
  • A variety of interactive activities to help develop effective learning through questioning and thinking.
  • Free downloadable resources to support adults in introducing children to digital citizenship concepts.

The e-Junior platform is for free and doesn’t require registration, allowing parents and children to freely access the content. You can find more information about the edutainment platform on the Samsung Electronics France website.

Find out more about the work of the French Safer Internet Centre, including its awareness raising, helpline, hotline and youth participation services – or find similar information for Safer Internet Centres throughout Europe.

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