About the Digital Youth Lab
Faculty and students in the Digital Youth Lab explore the transformative potential of new and future technologies in the lives of young people. We seek to understand the role of technology in youth development, identity, and behavior. Our work encompasses topics such as youth learning to code, producing digital art, co-designing new technologies, and connecting formal and informal learning contexts. Our diverse research areas address the role of digital media and information technologies in relation to access and equity for youth and their communities.
Prospective students: We are always interested in potential graduate and undergraduate students to join our lab. Please take a look at our profiles, projects, and courses. Feel free to contact us individually at our email for any information on the Digital Youth Lab.
Digital Youth Lab Partners
The Digital Youth Lab is supported by funding from the Beverly Cleary Family, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the National Science Foundation. See our full list of partner organizations.