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Know your Digitools!

An interactive story that helps protect you against violent extremism online.

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08 Music.png
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28 Hinduism.png
30 DNA.png
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21 Book.png
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24 Hebrew.png
03 Meta.png
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WHY?

DigiTools shows you how teenagers may be radicalised online. The goal of the interactive story is to illustrate how disinformation, filter bubbles and echo chambers are used to manipulate people and how you can avoid falling victim to violent extremism online.

HOW?

You get to follow Lucas, a 15-year old boy, as he is drawn into extremist content online. The comic-style story is accompanied by interactive quizzes allowing you to apply the things you just learned to real-world scenarios. While the story is fictitious, an effort was made to make it as realistic and inclusive as possible.

WHO?

DigiTools was developed by a team of Law and International Relations students at King's College London for the Rule of Law Innovation Challenge - a competition run by the international legal charity 'Lawyers Without Borders'.

 

How to
Help a Friend

Radicalisation can occur in your personal environment without targeting you directly. Instead, a friend, classmate or sibling of yours might get drawn into (online) extremism. To know what you can do to help, remember 3 steps.

 

DigiTools Guide For Teachers

Download additional teaching resources for your class. The teacher's guide includes five lesson plans, which enable teachers to bring the most critical digital literacy skills alongside the DigiTools interactive story into the classroom. 

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