Language learning in the age of digitalisation
The digital age is transforming how children interact with each other, how stories are shared, and how reality is conveyed and understood. Children’s language development is also changing. The EU-funded e-LADDA project will determine how the technology itself and the communication channels employed either advance or impede language learning and growth. The main objectives are to provide a platform to train the next generation of scientists to study language learning in the digital age. It will also provide a unified research approach to the benefits and drawbacks of digital technologies for young children’s language learning. A third goal is to develop new digital solutions to benefit learnings. Finally, the project will provide guidance for policymakers, teachers, practitioners and families.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks
114 28 Stockholm
PL6 8BT Plymouth