Mapping Digital Makers: A review exploring everyday creativity, learning lives and the digital

BY: Julian Sefton-Green

This review maps the theory, practices and policies that underpin our understanding
of digital makers and digital making in relation to young people. It investigates the
relationship between what young people do today with digital technologies and what
they then might do as adults and when in the workforce. In particular it explores how
more nebulous out-of-school creative pursuits might mesh with formal instruction and
how this might lead to future ambitions. It sets out to answer questions around three
key themes:

1. Learning and the economy

2. The individual and learning

3. Learning, community, and society

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