Think before you tweet!
Oh dear Frank, you really should think more carefully before posting on social media - learn this valuable lesson at Frank's expense!
Who reads what you write online?
Aunt Mabel, pals from the pub, your best friend's ex wife - who are you talking to when you post online?
Filter bubbles and fake news
Have you ever noticed you only see opinions on social media that match your own? Maybe you are trapped in a filter bubble! And what is all this fake news we hear about in the... news...?
Survive social media and learn with the OU:
Who's to blame for the rapid spread of fake news in social media site Facebook?
Are you a model citizen or a menace to society when it comes to divulging personal details? Take the test from the Ministry of Sharing and find out whether you share too much information.
Is emoji another example of the dumbing-down of our language and culture or is there a more educational purpose to the little pictures used to communicate?
Creating Facebook is a project run by Philip Seargeant and Caroline Tagg of The Open University’s Applied Linguistics and Literacies (ALL) Research Group. The pair collaborated with us on a Twitter and Facebook poll as part of Brainteaser Month which asked how people respond to feeling offended on Facebook.
This free course, Childhood in the digital age, delves into the lives of children and discuss the potential benefits and limitations of technology in their lives.
What is it about new technology that is making many of us anxious and stressed? Dr Gini Harrison and Dr Mathijs Lucassen explore the top five stressors:
How food advertising and marketing can affect children and young people in the digital age