Digital Childhoods was a programme of events, funded by the Scottish Universities’ Insight Institute. The programme ran from March till June 2011.
The Digital Childhoods programme presents and discusess findings from the last decade on the role of digital technologies in the lives of young children. It draws on research in education, computer science, sociology,psychology and media studies, and co-ordinates and extends this in collaboration with professional, commercial and public interest groups to inform the agenda for the next decade.
The Digital Childhoods programme is a partnership between The University of Strathclyde and The University of Stirling. We are working with CBeebies, London Knowledge Lab, Futurelab and Learning & Teaching Scotland.
If you have any questions, or would like any further information on Digital Childhoods, please contact a member of our Programme Team.