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Proposed Title: Youth digital culture co-creation | Measuring the social impact in Scotland

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The purpose of this study is to examine social impact evaluation strategies of youth-led digital storytelling initiatives in Scotland and to design an open-source Digital Storytelling & Social Impact Evaluation Toolkit, which will aid project leaders to capture and evaluate their social change initiatives. The research will primarily focus on young people aged 16-25 and involved in participatory cultural digital projects. The analysis of existing initiatives, their organisational structure and social impact evaluation methods, will contribute to the formation of a new strategy, which then will be tested in a new youth-led digital storytelling project.

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Proposed Title: Youth digital culture co-creation | Measuring the social impact in Scotland

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Editor's Notes

  • It’s about challenging traditional, linear, top-down approaches in research, innovation – with collaborative and participatory models. Its about “giving voices” and strengthening communities abilities to become socially aware,
  • The father of participatory action research, who promoted the notion of experience based learning Lewin’s work manifested the need for that scientific experiments to take place in the “field rather than the laboratory
  • Social impact & funding
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