Interested students should submit a 4-page double-space (1000 words maximum) extended abstract describing
1. Their research topic2. The work so far3. The methods used4. Any early stage findings or preliminary results5. The planned next steps
We encourage submissions for the following conference themes:- Children as producers and consumers of media and technology- Media and technology in the service of development- Innovative methods for studying children and media- Technology as a tool for developmental interventions and for studying development
Abstracts will be selected based on quality and the benefits students may derive from participating in the DC. Participants will receive free conference registration, two nights of lodging, and travel.