Digital Immersion Teaches Valuable Skills to Teenagers

Digital Immersion Teaches Valuable Skills to Teenagers
Dan Gould
  • 19 december 2008

A study by the University of California and the MacArthur foundation’s digital media and learning initiative has revealed that teenagers’ full time use of digital media is actually a good thing. While many parents and adults look at this always on, always connected, digital immersion as a negative trend, researchers say it’s enabling valuable skills for their future in society and business.

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