The Affinity Project investigated mentoring and intergenerational supports within the connected learning framework through a number of research projects.
The CCLL project is a research+practice collaboration that enables libraries to better assess learning outcomes for their connected learning programs.
ConnectedLib helps librarians incorporate digital media into their work with youth to promote connections across learning contexts.
This project was a study of the youth, educators, and orgs involved in innovative sites designed to educate youth for the 21st century.
FUSE ignites and nurtures STEAM exploration through innovative challenges in a studio environment.
Investigating the learning dynamics of interest-driven online groups that foster skills and expertise development.
This project explored what assets and strategies low-income/non-dominant families use to successfully connect with out-of-school learning opportunities.
This survey-based research study examines youth’s participation in connected learning environments in late elementary and middle school.
This project explores how parents and caretakers approach the task of bringing up their children in the digital age.