Mary Anne Lauri
University of Malta MSD 2080
Tel: 356 2340 2553
Mary Anne Lauri
Mary Anne Lauri is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Pro-Rector at the University of Malta. One of her research areas is Media Education. She is a member of the Editorial Board of Public Broadcasting Services (PBS), which include the nation television and radio stations.
Joseph Borg lectures in Communication Studies at the University of Malta. He is the promoter of media education in schools and has co-authored the textbooks used in secondary schools and a number of academic papers. Borg is also the editor of Campus FM and the Audiovisual policy consultant of the Minister for Culture.
Lorleen Farrugia has a first degree in Psychology and a Master in Youth and Community Studies. Having been involved in the youth sector, she has developed a keen interest in youth work and skills training for youth. Her Masters' dissertation focused on young people's experiences of self-disclosure on television, and she would like to pursue further research in the field of media psychology.
Bernard Agius is a Senior Manager on information society at the Malta Communications Authority, responsible for the implementation of national initiatives in the areas of digital inclusion, e-literacy and internet safety. He holds a BEd (Computing) and MBA (eCommerce) from the University of Malta. He is currently reading for a DBA at Durham Business School (UK). His research interests focus on ICT adoption and innovation diffusion theory.
Malta CommunicationsAuthority: www.mca.org
(One of the communications regulators)
Agenzija Appogg: https://secure2.gov.mt/SOCIALPOLICY/SocProt/family/fsws/appogg/appogg_info.aspx
(Government agency offering help to families, vulnerable people and those in need of social help).
Be Smart On Line: www.besmartonline.org.mt
Commissioner fro Children: http://www.tfal.org.mt/aboutus.aspx?lid=1