CrystalClearSoft (CCS) is proud to announce the launch of the Erasmus+ Project ‘in Screen Mode’ that targets young people at risk for Internet Addiction Behaviour (IAB). The project aims at empowering young people (16-25 years old) to deal effectively with situations concerning excessive preoccupation with Internet or screen abuse, equipping them with the skills and the methodological and engineering tools to modify mal-adaptive computer behavior for healthy computer use. In order to achieve its goal ‘in Screen Mode’ will create a personal e-Learning environment integrating easily use tools (i.e. an Internet Addiction Genie) that will offer personalized Internet withdrawal or screen reduction plans for each specific user.
The 2nd project meeting was held in Kaunas (Lithuania) and partners discussed about new advances in the project: focusing on behaviours of young population that will be addressed by the training model, they have started the development of action plans to support individual users to moderate their screen time on specific online activities such as SSN, online gaming, gambling, online pornography, develop low level personality traits, and cope with negative behaviours and feelings due to problematic Internet use.
Soon, you will able through our website to get a personalized report of your behavior over Internet use and suggested action plans, if applicable to you, to moderate your excessive online behavior for a healthier computer use.
Are you following along with our progress? Please visit our website and the social media.
We are happy to be mentioned in the April 2018 edition of the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development newsletter. As the SME Academy Network is growing and we are meeting more and more individuals and organizations working with Entrepreneurship and Small Businesses we can notice that the work we have been doing since start pays off in terms of mutual benefits for our members and that our "News and Updates" reaches out with information from and about our members. We will now investigate the opportunities to co-host a workshop and we share the interest in putting more focus on entrepreneurship and increase the awareness of the importance of entrepreneurs.
On 19th April - 3-5 PM CET - ESTRAD will, in an online seminar, give you some answers to these very important questions regarding Entrepreneurship. - Why are social relationships and networks critical assets for entrepreneurs? - How can universities support entrepreneurs in a better way? - How can we understand entrepreneurship in different contexts?
ESBRI WEB TV Watch the Lecture after 19th April 2018
Many entrepreneurs aim for their business to be global from the start. Thus, understanding how they will affect - and be affected by - different local contexts, becomes more important. Research has an important role to play here, according to professor Sarah Jack. However, the impact which entrepreneurship research can have on the communities served, is less well understood.
This is the topic for Sarah Jack's Estrad lecture. Drawing on her extensive research on different aspects of entrepreneurship, from a variety of different contexts around the world, she will provide us with fresh perspectives.