Exploring children’s attitudes towards notions of the digital good through hybrid arts practice
Understanding children’s ideas/ knowledge is crucial in shaping our collective vision and actions. Yet, in discussing our shared digital future, many children in deprived areas are invisible through their lack of home wifi access and limited means to use, often shared, technologies.
This project will host hybrid art workshops for children from a digitally marginalised cohort in Bradford to imagine and shape a possible digital future where technology use is ethical, responsible, and inclusive. Utilising interdisciplinary creative methods drawn from arts education, the project will report on these insights.
Project blog: https://digitalgoodforkids.wordpress.com/
Dr Dylan Yamada-Rice, Associate Professor in Immersive Storytelling, University of Plymouth
Angus Main, Tutor in Information Experience Design, Royal College of Art and PhD student, Creative Computing Institute, University of the Arts London
Professor John Potter, Professor of Media in Education, Institute of Education, University College London
Professor Steve Love, Professor of User Experience Design, School of Simulation and Visualisation, Glasgow School of Art
Dr Eleanor Dare, Co-founder, X||dinary StoriesRead about our other projects