This research explores how youth from Mongolian pastoralist families experience the influences of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) as they travel between different localities that construct their educational landscape. The research methodology takes a child-centered approach and a multi-disciplinary design in which ethnography is used along with visual participatory research techniques and complementary applications of interviewing and surveying methods, to progressively take the research participants and the researcher through deeper engagements with the research questions over a 9-month data collection period. The research aims to add the perspectives of youth from a non-Western and non-sedentary society to global knowledge production on how ICTs transform conceptualizations and experiences of education, in order to facilitate more grounded and inclusive educational reforms that impact learners from rural communities.
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Jan 2016|