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Digital Futures & Human Development After COVID-19: Invited Talk in Summer University “Critical Psychology 2021”

According to a recent study, at least 17 million people will need to altogether change their profession in the US, due to the automation and digitalisation of production and consumption by 2030 (which is a 25% higher estimation than before the COVID-19 pandemic). … Continue reading

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The Fluid Classroom: New Media in Education

Increasing numbers of children and young people from around the world are engaging in speedy communication which takes place through interactive, fast and mobile media that enable the distributed production and peer-to-peer circulation of advanced audio-visual designs and bits of … Continue reading

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Now published as paperback: Global Youth in Digital Trajectories

“This is a fascinating and thought provoking volume on youth engagement with digital technology and one that is genuinely transnational and transdisciplinary in flavour. Studies of gaming, video production and social media show how new technologies are woven into the … Continue reading

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Reminder: Seminar on Virtual Pedagogy – University of Roehampton – 11/11 12.00-15.00

Paulo Freire Institute-UK & Research in Inequalities, Societies and Education Virtual Pedagogy Seminar: Wednesday 11 November 2015 12.00-15.00 Welcome & Introduction by Dr. Michalis Kontopodis & Dr. Julie Shaughnessy Exploring play and creativity in preschoolers’ use of tablet apps by Prof. Jackie … Continue reading

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Technography of gaming cultures in Berlin (with N. Ferrin)

Newer forms of video games open new possibilities for bodily action and the development of imagination. In the chapter at hand HERE these newer forms of video games are explored through two case studies of media sporting activities with the game … Continue reading

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