The Role of Children in the Design of New Technology

  title={The Role of Children in the Design of New Technology},
  author={Allison Druin},
Children play games, chat with friends, tell stories, study history or math, and today this can all be done supported by new technologies. From the Internet to multimedia authoring tools, technology is changing the way children live and learn. As these new technologies become ever more critical to our children’s lives, we need to be sure these technologies support children in ways that make sense for them as young learners, explorers, and avid technology users. This may seem of obvious… CONTINUE READING
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