If there is one thing that 20 years of conducting research in child-computer interaction has taught me, it’s that every time I work with children, something I’ve never even anticipated will happen. Insights Sometimes I face new challenges in trying to get children to follow a specific study protocol, or I find that a new understanding challenges my thoughts about the role that technology can have in supporting children’s development. But in my recent program of research working with children living in poverty in Nepal, many things occurred that challenged my thoughts about the ethics of doing research…
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