CityNews – 7th Oct 2019: AIS continues to raise awareness and promote the concept “we are all connected” by promoting its cyber wellness project to help the youth learn and understand how to create immunity for online related matters, reaching out to over 450 schools in their network.
Presently, the workshops involves inviting teachers in central parts of Thailand to join the project (more than 150 schools) to develop skills and DQ (Digital Quotient) in all eight skillsets, together with developing tools to block undesirable contents from the online world with AIS Secure Net and Google Family Link, strengthening Thai teachers’ ability to help young learners to be aware of and use the internet safely. AIS will hold workshops in all four regions throughout the country.
As a highlight of this activity, teachers will talk and make connections among their fellow professionals, sharing their cyber problems and challenges while collaborating to find ways to tackle them. Keynote speakers include Assoc. Prof. Nop Suriyadeo Tripathi, Dr. Jiraphorn Arunakoon, Assco. Prof. Dr. Bang-on Serirat, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jessada Denduangboripant, Dr. Woranat Raksakulthai.
This will be followed by a demonstration of various tools to help students to have “online immunity” with study skill tool kit DQ (Digital Quotient), content screening online by AIS Secure Net and the app Google Family Link which will help parents giving advice in using smartphone real-time for their kids. Those who are interested to measure their digital quotient can do the test at www.ais.co.th/dq for free.