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Children try their hand at making manga on the computer!

Learn about the safety of online information with this quiz.
Learn about the safety of online information with this quiz.

On Saturday, July 25, Kyoto Computer Gakuin's Summer Festa event was held at the Kyoto Ekimae School, where parents and children learned about information morality and security while creating four-frame cartoons on a computer. 7 groups of parents and children, totaling 20 people, participated in the event.The lecturer was Ms. Miyuki Okuda, a researcher at Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan.First, the students learned about mobile phone etiquette and the safety of information on the Internet in a quiz format, and then began to make a four-frame comic based on the content of their study.The children thought about the development of the manga together with their parents, and worked hard on their work while being taught how to operate the computer by the instructor.Those who were quickest completed their comics in about an hour, and received a printout of their work on the spot.At the venue, "Mamoru-kun," a loose character who serves as a cheerleader for the Information-technology Promotion Agency of Japan (IPSJ), also made an appearance and was popular among children.

 

KCG Summer Festa 2015
http://kcg.edu/summer-festa/2015/

 

Parents and children work together to create.
Parents and children work together to create.
The loose character
The loose character "Mamoru-kun" is also popular.

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