May 202016
 May 20, 2016  Online, Youth & Schools

Cory Doctorow writes:

Sonia Livingstone, an LSE social psychology prof, gives us a peek into the results from The Class, a year-long, deep research project into the digital lives and habits of a class of 13 year olds at an ordinary school.

Livingstone and her research partner, Julian Sefton-Green, published their findings in a book from NYU Press, new this month: The Class: Living and Learning in the Digital Age. Their work is part of the Connected Youth and Digital Futures project, which kicked off in 2008 with Mimi Ito’s still-relevant, must-read report, which subsumed 22 PhD dissertations, including danah boyd’s groundbreaking work.

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