Workshop 6a: Establishing an Inspiring, Inclusive, and Interdisciplinary Research Community Around Young People, Information, and Technology
Establishing an Inspiring, Inclusive, and Interdisciplinary Research Community Around Young People, Information, and Technology
The organizers of this workshop are interested in building a research community among scholars interested in the intersection of information, young people, and technology. Specifically, we are interested in addressing questions such as:
• What role can iSchools play in exploring relationships between information, young people, and technology?
• What methods are best for studying young people’s digital practices around reading / writing / gaming, and their effects on how young people participate/engage?
• Which theoretical frameworks support this work?
• How do privacy issues complicate both how young people participate, and how we, as a scholarly community, study them?
While participants are not required to submit, organizers will put out a call for 500-word abstracts due January 15th, 2019. As an outcome of this workshop, organizers plan a special edition of a journal. Abstract authors may be asked to write full papers, which can be included in such journal.