Use of technology to transmit racism
Cyber racism is most commonly defined as racism which occurs in the cyber world. This includes racist content, images or language which occurs on the internet, such as racist websites, as well as in text messages, emails or on social networking sites.
Online anti-racism & cultural diversity activities
E-challenges are computer based learning activities which allow students to explore racism and related issues. These activities integrate the use of technology including commonly used software programs and Web 2.0 tools.
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