DIGYMATEX researchers Aqib Siddiqui and Konstantina Valogianni, both of the IE Business School, presented their paper titled “Understanding Children’s Digital Maturity: A Socio-Technical Perspective” at CIST 2022.
DIGYMATEX partner’s research: Instagram users see followers and likes similar to money and food
Instagram users’ patterns of behaviour related to receiving additional followers and likes are similar to general behaviour patterns related to receiving additional money and food, according to research carried out by DIGYMATEX research partner.
DIGYMATEX to present a model of technology usage by children in the European Conference on Information Systems
An article on technology usage by children and digital maturity will be presented by the EU-funded DIGYMATEX Project at the 30th European Conference on Information Systems – ECIS 2022.
DIGYMATEX focus groups of kids and teens point the project in new directions
DIGYMATEX Project recently carried out five focus group sessions in order to shape the design of digital maturity questionnaires that will be a key tool in the next phase of the project.