A new European research project, called DigiGen, on the impact of technological transformations on the everyday lives of children and young people started in December 2019. At the beginning of February, there was a kick-off meeting bringing the various project partners together in Oslo. Over 40 participants, including academics, national and international stakeholders and representatives of civil society organizations attended to meeting and kick started the project.
“Learning from each other and doing research together will make a significant contribution to formulating visions and exploring the paths of the digital society – from which everyone can benefit.”Birgit Eickelmann, professor of school research and teacher
Read more about the project and its first meeting on the website of the Padernborn University, one of DigiGen’s consortium members. The original article is available in German as well as an English translation here.