DML Central (DML= Digital Media and Learning)

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Teens’ Technology Use and Mental Health: New Report Provides Insight Into Youth Connections for Wellbeing

Fears abound about how social media, smartphones, and digital games are leading to depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems. What is under-discussed and under-investigated […]

“Black boys are losing their lives, but black girls…we’re losing our minds” — Youth Mobilizing Social Media for Healing in the Black Lives Matter Movement

These days, it seems impossible to escape the crushing psychological weight of Black death and dying. Everywhere I turn – my social media accounts, local […]

YR Media’s Storytelling Tools Keep Students Connected During COVID-19 Pandemic

At a time when young people are witnessing the disastrous effects of COVID-19 play out in their communities while physically isolated from peers, educational institutions […]

Institute of Play Brings Gaming Resources to the Connected Learning Alliance

The Institute of Play (IoP) as an organization may no longer exist but their research, tools, and resources are now available on the Connected Learning […]

What Does Digital Civic Engagement Mean in the Era of COVID-19?

Is creating a TikTok video really an example of civic engagement? How about changing your Facebook profile image in service of a cause? Are young […]

Connected Learning Summit 2020 Cancelled

We are writing to let you know we have decided to cancel the 2020 Connected Learning Summit given the continuing uncertainty about the COVID-19 pandemic, and […]

CS for What?

Why should students learn computer science? For creativity? Jobs? Justice? Innovation? The answers to this question shape what computer science education (CSed) looks like in […]

From Continuity with Care to Zoom Memes for Self Quaranteens–My Internet Responds to COVID-19

I started this week with ambitions to curate the Connected Learning Alliance’s networked wisdom on how to grapple with social distancing and a jarring transition […]

Proceedings of the 2019 Connected Learning Summit Released

On behalf of the Connected Learning Summit Conference Committee, we are pleased to announce the publication of the Proceedings of the 2019 Connected Learning Summit. […]

Connected Learning in Teaching Practice: Resources for Educators

The Connected Learning in Teaching Practice page offers a curated set of resources for educators interested in learning more about connected learning through the lens […]

Apply for a New Postdoctoral Fellowship to Connect with Communities and Expand Career Opportunity

Despite many efforts to broaden access to good jobs and work-relevant skills, too many low-income youth of color find themselves shut out of career opportunities. […]

Reflections on a Decade of Engaged Scholarship–The Final Report from the Connected Learning Research Network

It’s rare to have the opportunity to work with a stable team of extraordinary scholars over the course of a decade. It’s even rarer for […]

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