Parents are often quick to remind their children to never start a chat with strangers out in public or in the street, but what about the Internet?Thanks to advances in technology, children now have the opportunity to meet and converse with strangers of all ages, nationalities, and different behaviors and intentions.
The Egyptologist's Electronic Forum list (EEF) is a moderated list set up just for Egyptologists.
Testers receive a URL to take test or join moderated session You create tasks for participants, they see them in an iframe or window, and then they use a site while the tool gathers analytics about their behavior.
You get task completion rates, length of time on tasks, and other analytics.
If you’re familiar with Omegle chat then you probably know your children can video chat with random strangers too. |SEE ALSO: What Makes (and Breaks) a Compulsive Liar| A popular website known as Omegle offers a platform for users to start a chat with strangers from all over the world on a variety of topics.
While this may sound exciting and fun, it could pose a potential safety risk to children, who might believe it’s secure to share information with strangers.