Education: Children and Digital Cultures: explorations through student filmmaking

Three students sit against a wooden backdrop, laughing.

Event details

Thursday 23 May 2024
4 to 5.15pm


Dr Ryan Bramley will lead a session on 'Children and Digital Cultures', which dives into the technology and media which has become such an important part of our everyday lives and how this can influence and impact children.

Children and Digital Cultures: explorations through student filmmaking

Will children still use pens in 2050? Are children media savvy or media victims - or both? How does digital technology impact family life?

These are just some of the questions explored through our second year BA Education, Culture and Childhood module, 'Children and Digital Cultures'.

In this talk, you will hear from Dr Ryan Bramley, one of the module co-leads, on how our current undergraduate students are using creative filmmaking techniques to explore key issues around children and their participation in digital cultures.

This session is suitable for students in years 12 and 13.


Please note that this is an approximate schedule and is therefore subject to change.

  • 4pm: Log in and get comfortable
  • 4.05pm: Introduction to the Department of Education
  • 4.15pm: Interactive taster session
  • 4.55pm: Question and answer session with student ambassadors


Complete the form below to reserve a place on this subject taster session. Bookings will close one hour before the session starts.

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