DML Central (DML= Digital Media and Learning)

DML Central is home to a collaborative blog and curated collection of free and open resources that focus on the ways in which digital technology is changing learning environments, social and civic institutions, and youth culture.

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ConnectedLib Toolkit 2.0: Bringing Connected Learning to Small and Rural Libraries

For the last seven years, I’ve been working with a talented and committed group of researchers and library practitioners on the ConnectedLib Project, a research-practice […]

Who Has The Solutions For Thriving In A Digital World? Young People. 

Let me take you inside a conversation at a recent board meeting for Susan Crown Exchange, a national foundation that supports organizations working at the […]

Performing Mathematics Through Crafting: A Workshop From A Constructionist Approach

Fiber craft textiles have played an important role in the development of technology and the advancement of STEM areas. Crochet contributed to the transformation of […]

Building Relationships, Building Projects: Engaging Families in Joyful, Creative, and Caring Experiences in Computing

Earlier this summer, our Creative Communities research group at the University of Colorado Boulder launched “A Facilitators’ Guide to Family Creative Learning, the ScratchJr Edition”. […]

There’s An App For That? Tackling Teen Mental Health With Digital Solutions

  Emily was feeling stressed – her day was not going well. She’d bombed her math test and had a fight with her mom over […]

Education During COVID: The Voice Of Teachers Across Canada and the US

  The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic changed the delivery of education across the globe, raising concerns about its long-term consequences on academic achievement and […]

Getting Over Privacy: Surveillance Studies and Edtech

Writing for this blog in 2013, Dr. John Jones warned, “[D]igital technologies are increasingly important not just to learning, but to all facets of students’ […]

Harnessing Video Games to Cultivate Social and Emotional Learning

In the book, How Games Move Us: Emotion by Design, scholar Katherine Isbister observed that because of player agency, “games have an additional palette of […]

Catch What You Missed, Get Inspired, and Dive Into Connected Learning Projects with Videos from the 2022 Connected Learning Summit

The 2022 Connected Learning Summit, held virtually, engaged over 300 participants in interactive discussions about research, design, and practice, as well as hands-on workshops and […]

The Grind: My Teen Experience of LGBTQ+ Misrepresentation Within Social Media

Guest post by Eli H. (High School Senior)   For anyone interested in how to better connect with teens, here’s an idea: stop starting conversations […]

What Does Well-Being Mean to Children in a Digital Age?

Much of the conversation around children’s use of technology focuses on the potential risks and harms of exploring the digital world. While protecting children is […]

Power On!: Why CS Education Can No Longer Pretend to Be “Neutral” 

Power On!, our newly released graphic novel (MIT Press, April 2022), follows the experiences of four high school friends from diverse backgrounds as they confront […]

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