Digigen’s latest working paper shares insights on its innovative video workshop methodology which explores how children across five European countries perceive the effects of digitalisation on their current education and future lives.
It is clear that our present and our future are digital. During the pandemic, digital technologies kept families connected and societies functioning.
it might be useful to stop treating digital policy as a stand-alone field. Digital issues encompass educational policy, (mental)health policy, social policy, cultural policy, judicial policy, youth policy, and much more.