CLX is creating a Connected Learning Guide that translates that research into an easy-to-use reference for educators, mentors, and other youth-serving professionals. See below for the latest version of the guide.
We're building an open library of resources to support the CLX community.
As technology, and particularly digital media tools and technology, becomes ever more central in society, the ability to understand and use it in its various forms is critical.
CLX's work emerged from and is grounded in more than a decade of research about how young people are learning in the digital age. This review of literature provides a summary of that research upon which we have developed our strategic approach.
Chicago Learning Exchange (CLX) debuts its very first annual report, providing an overview of the historical year 2020: "The People and Innovation."
Read the: CSforCHI Strategic Plan
This summer, more than 31,000 young people were employed through the program. Summer jobs help young people develop critical life skills, including financial responsibility and professionalism, and expose them to career paths they may not have otherwise considered.
The proliferation of false content online presents an urgent need to teach teens how to navigate media and tell fact from fiction. The resources below provide information and essential tools to address this growing need.
Virtual reality (VR) can transform the way educational content is delivered, creating a virtual world — real or imagined — that allows users to interact with it.
With 95% of teens having access to a smartphone and 45% indicating they are online 'almost constantly,' it is essential that teens are equipped with knowledge, skills, and tools to support online privacy and digital security.