Working Group session on methodologies and ethics in Riga, June 2018

In this session, Rosie Flewitt (UCL Institute of Education, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy) problematizes ethics issues when researching young children’s digital literacy practices, and argues for a situated, dialogic and relational approach to research ethics. She also shares insights from an interdisciplinary, multi-professional workshop held on Ethics in Madrid, 2017. Mitsuko Matsumoto (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Contemporary Childhood Research Group) then shares information about the DigiLitEY Methodological database and reports on methodological trends of the studies held in the database.

The slides are available here. This talk was delivered at the EU COST Action DigiLitEY annual conference in Riga,  Latvia, 21-22.06.2018.


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