Introduction - Childhood in the Digital Age (#1/5)

Introduction - Childhood in the Digital Age (#1/5)

Recording date: 29/06/2015
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How is technology changing childhood in the digital age? Are children’s lives today significantly different from our own or is technology simply solving old problems in new ways? The media has claimed that digital technology is making children lonelier, fatter, more aggressive and less capable of deep thought. But research suggests that it could offer opportunities for children to be happier, better educated and more connected to others. If you’re a parent, a teacher or are simply interested in this fast-moving debate, then get involved in the discussion as we explore the real impact of technology on children in the digital age.

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http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/3317_childhoodinthedigitalagemooc/35866_open_university_tech_demo_amended.m4v
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