On September 17 and 18, 1999, a group of researchers and practitioners met in a 2-day workshop to frame a research agenda around issues of the social dimensions of the use of interactive technologies by young people. The participants outlined a recommended research agenda, identified human subjects and ethical issues that are relevant to the recommended research agenda, and proposed strategies that will be helpful in the cultivation of a research community around this research area. The workshop was funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
The report recommends strategies that would be helpful in the cultivation of a research community. A first step in this endeavor is identifying individuals who are conducting pertinent research, individuals who are interested in conducting such research, and practitioners who are interested in the results of such research. If you are such an individual, we invite you to "leave your calling card" through our web address book.
Please be aware that the information submitted through this form will be maintained in a publicly searchable database on this site and will be provided to others who are seeking to make contact with researchers and practitioners with interests in these issues.
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