Innocenti Discussion Papers Investigating Risks and Opportunities for Children in a Digital World: A rapid review of the evidence on children’s internet use and outcomes AUTHOR(S) Mariya Stoilova; Sonia Livingstone; Rana Khazbak Published: 2021 Innocenti Discussion Papers Children’s lives are increasingly mediated by digital technologies. Yet, when it comes to understanding the long-term effects of internet use and online experiences on their well-being, mental health or resilience, the best we can do is make an educated guess. Our need for this knowledge has become even more acute as internet use rises during COVID-19. This report explores what has been learned from the latest research about children’s experiences and outcomes relating to the internet and digital technologies. It aims to inform policy-makers, educators, child-protection specialists, industry and parents on the best evidence, and it proposes a future research agenda. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 32 | Thematic area: Adolescents well-being, Child well-being, Children's Participation, Kids online, Rights of the Child | Tags: access to education, access to information, adolescent well-being, child well-being, children's participation, COVID-19, internet, online learning, risk, vulnerable children × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION Mariya Stoilova; Sonia Livingstone; Rana Khazbak 2021 Investigating Risks and Opportunities for Children in a Digital World: A rapid review of the evidence on children’s internet use and outcomes. , pp. 32.