ICT impact on the digital generation
Advanced technological transformations have profound impacts on the daily lives of children and young people. Today, youth under the age of 18 are described as the digital generation. However, it is believed that the digital revolution is not perceived in positive terms by all children and young people. The EU-funded DigiGen project will use participatory methodologies to understand why and how some children and young people take advantage of ICT while others are negatively affected. The methodologies used by the project consist of moving the centre of attention from a 'research on' to a 'research with' approach that makes children and young people co-creators and co-researchers.
Call for proposal
See other projects for this call
Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action