|Aim||To offer the opportunity to reflect on, ask questions about and discuss topics concerning the internet on a regular basis|
|Number of participants||Any; one peer who acts as consultant|
|Difficulty||Medium; as the activity has to be carried out on a regular basis|
|Conditions||The consultation hour needs to be scheduled at regular intervals. It might be a good idea to test the feasibility during a pilot phase|
|Material||Room/place with a pleasant atmosphere, wifi|
Promotion and introduction of the offer, e.g. by posting short articles on the most important and interesting questions related to the internet on social networks to attract prospective “clients”.
The peer experts offer a consultation hour. The participants can address any topic they want to. The organisation/youth centre hosting the consultation hour is in charge of promoting the offer. It makes things easier if two peers are involved as consultants, so one of them can fill in for the other if he/she is not available.
In order to increase the offer’s acceptance and use, the consultations’ most important results or tips can be posted anonymously on social networks.
Attention: Don’t worry if few people show up at the beginning. In this case, you could prepare your own articles and post them on social networks. A certain start-up time might be necessary and/or a rescheduling of the consultation hour.
|Tags||consultation, online security|