Speaker profile

Jo Bryce

Professor of Psychology & Director of the Cyberspace Research Unit
UCLAN (Confirmed)

Dr Jo Bryce is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, UK. Her research interests focus on the psychological, social and forensic aspects of the Internet and related technologies, with a specific focus on their use by young people, associated risk exposure and internet safety. She is a former Coordinator of the UK National Awareness Node for Child Safety on the Internet (now known as Safer Internet Centres), and was project lead for the completed ISCA and INSAFE projects (both funded by the European Commission Safer Internet Plan). She is a member of the Evidence Group of the UK Council on Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS), and a co-author of the recently published literature review by the UKCCIS Evidence Group examining children’s online activities, risks and safety. She is currently working on a project funded by the EU DAPHNE Programme examining peer-related online sexual harassment among young people (Project deSHAME).

Agenda sessions

DAY 1 -

  • MAIN STAGE

    • 11:30 am
      Safeguarding Panel: How Does the Internet Safety Strategy Affect Schools?