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A day in the life of JellyEllie
A day in the life of JellyEllie

Duration: 06:37

How JellyEllie uses digital networking possibilities to promote her career as a teen entrepeneur.

 
Anything goes online
Anything goes online

Duration: 06:50

Natalia began to suffer from anorexia nervosa. She discovered 'pro ana' sites that encouraged her to avoid seeking help.

 
Blogging
Blogging

Duration: 05:56

Blogging is a new way of communicating online. We meet two successful teen bloggers to discover what blogging means to them and why they do it.

 
Catching the copycat
Catching the copycat

Duration: 04:50

We conduct an experiment to test some plagiarism software. A year 10 student deliberately copies extracts from the internet and pastes them into her essay, but how much plagiarism will the software detect?

 
Cyber celebrity
Cyber celebrity

Duration: 05:55

Tom Thurlow is an 18 year old who has used the internet to launch his career as a television presenter.

 
Get your message out
Get your message out

Duration: 05:29

Advances in digital technology and social networking sites mean that there are now even more ways to publicise and gain support for campaigns.

 
Marketing online
Marketing online

Duration: 06:51

For the first time in history, spending on online advertising has overtaken spending on TV advertising. We look at the way products are marketed online through viral adverts and peer to peer marketing.

 
Multi-tasking media consumption in the UK
Multi-tasking media consumption in the UK

Duration: 02:07

The average Briton spends almost half their waking life using media and communications, according to an Ofcom report.

 
The past online
The past online

Duration: 06:25

The internet has allowed personal memories and historical objects to be digitally preserved and made accessible to a worldwide audience. We find out how different archives are preserving the past online.

 

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