DML Central (DML= Digital Media and Learning)

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New Toolkit Shares Best Practices for Achieving Success in Youth-Centered Digital Learning

Researchers at the Connected Learning Lab of University of California, Irvine (June Ahn) and New York University (Rafi Santo, Juan Pablo Sarmiento) are excited to […]

Announcing the ConnectedLib Toolkit for Youth-Serving Library Professionals and Professionals-in-Training

Researchers at the University of Washington (Katie Davis, Ligaya Scaff, Milly Romeijn-Stout) and the University of Maryland (Mega Subramaniam, Kelly Hoffman) are delighted to announce […]

Online Course for Educators: Youth and Civic Media

Interested in learning to help your students research issues they care about, engage in rich dialogue, and participate effectively in the digital world? The Civic Engagement […]

Proceedings of the 2018 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 2018 Connected Learning Summit. […]

Designing 2030: The Concord Consortium’s Big Dreams for the Future of Education

The Concord Consortium’s new initiative is setting its sights on the future of education. Designing 2030 is galvanizing plans to revolutionize STEM teaching and learning with […]

Value the Creative and Social-Emotional Upsides of Social Media Suggests New Survey from Common Sense Media

Earlier this month, Common Sense Media released its report, Social Media, Social Life: Teens Reveal Their Experiences. The report describes research conducted by veteran digital […]

Connecting Learning Across the World — Announcing a New Special Issue

We are delighted to share the news about a special issue of the bilingual, Open Access journal Digital Education Review that we co-edited, focused on […]

The Power of Games for Creative Learning

One of the most important things any educator can do is foster an environment where learning and playing are nearly synonymous. Lessons that are fun […]

Fond Farewells and New Beginnings—from Digital Media and Learning to Connected Learning

Over the past decade, the Digital Media and Learning (DML) Research Hub at UC Irvine fostered dialog, collaboration, and debate among a diverse group of […]

Do We Still Believe Networked Youth Can Change the World?: A Special Issue

A special issue of the bilingual (Spanish-English) journal, Working Papers on Culture, Education, and Human Development, dropped recently, sharing three essays on the theme of […]

Announcing the Call for Proposals for the 2019 Connected Learning Summit

Online submissions open: January 11, 2019 Deadline for submissions: March 8, 2019 Notifications of Acceptance: June 2019 Link: CLS2019 call for proposals page We are […]

Not Your Traditional Athletics Program: The Value of Esports in Education

Esports may be a young industry, but it’s a flourishing one that’s been shown to develop both academic and social skills in high school and […]

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