DigiLitEY Summer School 2017: Collaborative/Participatory Methodologies and the Digital Practices of Young Children – A Collective Report on the Summer Training and Workshops

Aliagas, C; Barańska, P; Castro, T; Cowan, K; Czékmán, B; de Bondt, M; Farrugia, L; Frederico, A; Fukukawa, M; Ganito, C; García, R; Jorge, A; Matsumoto, M; Susan McDonnell, S; Mendoza, K; Morgade, M; Poveda, D; Sairanen, H; Schlebbe, K; Solovera, B. and Ungureanu, R. (2017). DigiLitEY Summer School 2017: Collaborative/Participatory Methodologies and the Digital Practices of Young Children – A Collective Report on the Summer Training and Workshops. Papers Infancia_c, nº 19 (September), pp. 1-20

This Summer School was organized under the DigiLitEY Cost Action (http://digilitey.eu/) and focused on exploring the place of collaborative and participatory methodologies in the study of the digital literacies and multimodal practices of young children. The 2017 Summer School took place between 11-13th June 2017 in La Cristalera a residential research facility run by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) in the mountain outskirts of Madrid and was co-organized by Spanish members of the COST Action and the UAM research group “Infancia Contemporanea”. This first report is a summary of the development of the three workshops collaboratively written by the sixteen trainees who completed the summer school and the four trainers in charge of the design and coordination of the workshops.

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