How do young people experience social interactions and community online? It’s best to ask them directly.
Dale Spencer, Associate Professor in the Department of Law and Legal Studies and winner of the FPA Research Excellence Award, will host this event looking at how young people engage with digital worlds. The symposium has two distinct portions:
|12:00 – 1:00 PM||Public session about the Youth Neotribes, and Digital Worlds Research Project featuring a presentation by Dale Spencer
Open to all. Faculty members, students and media are encouraged to attend.
|1:00 – 4:00 PM||Youth Input and Feedback Session
Open to young people 19 and under who are interested in sharing their experiences with digital worlds. Join us to discuss your experiences interacting online.
Advance registration is required. $25 will be provided to registered youth participants.
Should you require disability-related accommodations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, February 19th. The event venue is accessible.
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