CERG Description

The goal of the Civic Engagement Research Group (CERG) is to provide an evidence base that informs the design of policies and programs that promote the development of citizens for an effective, just, and humane democratic society.

Resources

Joseph Kahne on Digital Media Use and Political Participation

Joseph Kahne, professor of education at Mills College, discusses the impact of digital media on political participation from DML Research Hub on Vimeo.

 

 

YPP Network Connected Learning TV Webinars

 

Antero Garcia - From Expression to Impact (7/23/13)

 

 

 

Nicole Mirra & Charlene Ortuno - Empowering Youth Civic Engagement in the 21st Century (2/21/13)

 

 

Joe Kahne - Digital Evolution: Social Media's Growing Impact on Youth Political Engagement (11/6/12)

 
 

 

Ellen Middaugh- Service & Activism in the Digital Age: Supporting Youth Engagement in Public Life (5/17/12)

 
 

Andrew Slack - Civic Engagement Insights from the Harry Potter Alliance (7/10/12)

 

 

Arely Zimmerman & Sangita Shresthova- Documenting DREAMs: New Media, Undocumented Youth, and the Immigrant Rights Movement (11/29/12)