New working paper “Children and young people’s narratives and perceptions of ICT in education in selected European countries complemented by perspectives of teachers and further relevant stakeholders in the educational context”

New working paper “Children and young people’s narratives and perceptions of ICT in education in selected European countries complemented by perspectives of teachers and further relevant stakeholders in the educational context”

Our latest working paper presents the research results focusing on the educational ecosystem. This report summarises the results of our research from Estonia, Germany, Greece, Norway and Romania. The intention of this work package was to develop an understanding of...
Developing children and young people’s broader digital access and social competences can support their agency as digital citizens, new research shows

DigiGen Final Conference

Brussels 8th November 2022, 09:00-17:00 (by invitation only) Scroll to the end for the full programme DigiGen brings together three years of research into how technological transformation is affecting children and young people’s everyday lives with a final...
New working paper “Beyond participation: Video workshops across Europe to engage in research with children and young people and teacher candidates as collaborators investigating ICT in education”

New working paper “Beyond participation: Video workshops across Europe to engage in research with children and young people and teacher candidates as collaborators investigating ICT in education”

Our latest working paper shares insights from DigiGen’s innovative video workshop methodology which explores how children across five European countries perceive the effects of digitalisation on their current education and future lives. The video workshops include...
DigiGen roundtables in Leicester Consortium Meeting

DigiGen roundtables in Leicester Consortium Meeting

From the 17th to 18th of March, the DigiGen team regrouped in Leicester for the latest Consortium Meeting. The first day focused on seeing the synergies between the different areas of research: family life, civic participation, leisure, and education. We used...
New policy brief “Digital citizenship policy analysis”

New policy brief “Digital citizenship policy analysis”

Our second DigiGen policy brief critically assesses over forty policy documents relating to digital citizenship from Estonia, Greece, and the United Kingdom. This analysis explores how digital citizenship is being constructed by different policy actors across Europe....