Screenagers is a collaborative international research project focussing on the use of ICT, digital and social media in youth work.
This project is a response to a need identified within the youth work sector at the Screenagers International seminar in 2014 which took place in Dublin. It is a partnership between agencies in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The project is funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme.
Digital Youth Work Guidelines
These guidance documents were developed in response to the recommendations identified in the Screenagers International research project. They accompany a Screenagers workshop with policy makers and youth work organisations, exploring: An Introduction to Digital Youth Work | Using Digital Media and Technology Safely and Effectively in Youth Work Settings | Using Social Media in Youth Work Settings |Training & Resources for Digital Youth Work
The Screenagers International Research Project is a partnership between agencies in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Finland, Austria and Denmark
This project is funded by the EU Erasmus+ Programme
Supported by Dogpatch Labs
Screenagers International Seminar 2014
The Screenagers International Seminar took place from March 31st to April 2nd. It was convened to create a space for stakeholders from across Europe to engage in a new dialogue on ICT, digital and social media in youth work, and to identify areas of collaboration and action in the areas of policy and practice.