Kids on YouTube: An Interview with Patricia Lange

Not long after I launched this blog (Henry’s Blog), I featured an interview with Mimi Ito and the graduate students from USC and Berkeley who worked with her on the Digital Youth Project. One of the first projects funded by the MacArthur Digital Media and Learning Initiative, this project did a large scale,multi-site ethnography to try to understand mechanisms of informal learning and the contexts where young people were encountering digital media. From this research came the now classic typography of “Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out” to describe different modes of engagement in and through networked technologies, a framework which has now informed everything from the design of public libraries to the development of curriculum.

Kids on YouTube: An Interview with Patricia Lange (Part One)

Kids On YouTube: An Interview with Patricia lange (Part Two)


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