- DigiGen’s scientific and public engagement- examples of the team’s activities during the past six months
- Developing children and young people’s broader digital access and social competences can support their agency as digital citizens, new research shows
- 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”
- DigiGen Final Conference
- 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”
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870548.