Digital media and technology have become culturally and economically powerful parts of contemporary middle-class American childhoods. A report published by MIT Press and supported by MacArthur examines the ways in which afterschool programs, libraries, and museums use digital media to support extracurricular learning. It investigates how these three varieties of youth-serving organizations have incorporated technological infrastructure and digital practices into their programs and what types of participation and learning digital practices support. The report is part of a series on digital media and learning.
 

Digital Media & Learning, Technology, United States, Youth