Living and Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA)
Living and Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA) is a multidisciplinary research group that explores children and young people’s learning, use of technology and socialization in formal and informal learning contexts.
LiDA explores children and young people’s learning, use of technology and socialization in formal and informal learning contexts. Illustration photo: Colourbox
About the group
We study how digital media, technologies and representations become resources for participation, collaboration and learning in different practices in today’s knowledge society.
Our members use a variety of methodological approaches to study learning and participation, such as ethnography, ethnomethodology, interaction analysis, virtual ethnography, learning analytics, social network analysis, and mixed methods.
LiDA researchers also have extensive experience with design-based research (DBR) and research-practice partnership (RPP) approaches that emphasize the societal relevance of research and the development of innovative practices in educational institutions.
- Learning and Identity
- Dialogic Learning and Teaching
- Digital Representations and Collaborative Learning
Living and Learning in the Digital Age arranges a range of research events and activities. Meeting activities include presentations by group members, 'critical friend' review sessions, reading groups, and data workshops. Seminars and lectures with international guest researchers are also arranged several times per semester.