Sangeet Bhullar launched the findings of a large scale research project undertaken by WISE KIDS, called Generation 2000 that studied the online and digital media habits and digital literacy of over 2000 Year 9 pupils 13 and 14) from across Wales.
“The research led by WISE KIDS and co-funded by the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Logicalis and S4C explored young people’s online experiences in a social and educational context.”
My role was to help in the research planning and data analysis.
Sangeet Bhullar from WISE KIDS presented the initial findings from research I was involved in that explored the digital media habits and digital literacy of Year 9 pupils (13/14 year olds) across Wales – at Digital Wales 2014. The full research findings will be presented at the end of September.
As my role as a non-exec Director on WISE KIDS I thought I should promote the upcoming 1 day conference WISE KIDS are hosting in South and North Wales respectively (together with the Wales Internet Safety Partnership) on “Young People in a Digital World 2010 – Preparing, Supporting and Inspiring”. See more at the http://www.wisekids.org.uk/conf2010/