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Parenting for a Digital Future: 2017 Roundup

Researchers in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and partners in other territories, are conducting a three-year research project: Preparing for a Digital Future. This blog rounds up their work throughout the past year. 

As the year winds to a close we look back and we look forward. Back, to the posts and debates we’ve recently shared questioning the legal ramifications of sharenting, whether children should learn to code and how to tell your child’s school to check the evidence if they tell you tech is to be uncritically avoided or embraced.  We shared examples of great media and digital literacy resources from around the world – from an Australian digital driver’s licence to how to educate kids about ‘fake news’ or use familiar characters to introduce ideas about online privacy.

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