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How do we balance the health risks of digital technologies against access to knowledge and social interactions that provide opportunity for positive physical, social and emotional wellbeing?Read More
How do we harness digital technologies to optimise learning and access to knowledge through active interactions and development of engaging and thought-provoking technologies?Read More
How do we balance access to social and knowledge connections in the digital world against risks of surveillance, infringements of privacy and child rights?Read More
Our global-first Australian Children of the Digital Age (ACODA) Longitudinal Study will investigate the extent, nature and ongoing effects of Australian children’s engagement with digital technologies. We aim to build new understandings to inform policy, innovation and practice; and offer solutions and opportunities for the diversity of Australian children, their families and society.
Teachers, researchers, and leading experts in digital play will come together to talk about this topic from four unique perspectives....READ MORE
Visit the Children’s Technology Centre and ‘Stay and Play’ with your child/children. Children from 2 to 8 years of age are welcome to attend, be...READ MORE
Healthy Child Discussion Forums will include project presentations and discussion of positions...READ MORE
Archie and Beth explore the Nina and the Neurons game It’s a scorching summer day in a UK city and I am visiting three-year-old Archie and his mum, Beth. Archie kneels on the floor, his hands close to the tablet’s screen, while Beth sits on the ...READ MORE
27 May - 3 June is National Reconciliation Week in Australia. This is a week that calls for all Australians to learn about shared histories, cultures, and achievements and explore how we can all contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.&nb...READ MORE
Digital Child members recently travelled to Oslo to participate in a three-day workshop that brought together researchers from two large-scale initiatives focusing on family life and digital platforms - the Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child ...READ MORE
Young people are prolific digital users, and often engage with the commercial digital world in distinct ways. They create unique data footprints, and have distinct understandings about privacy but these differences are rarely considered in policy dis...READ MORE
This blog post was originally published on the CO:RE Knowledge Base in September 2022. How do we secure ethical informed consent from children and young people? And how can we explain to them what their rights are as research participants? These are...READ MORE
Teachers in early years settings in England have experienced a significant period of datafication in the last decade. This means that their work has increasingly been dominated by the collection, analysis and processing of data about children and the...READ MORE
The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child acknowledges the First Australian owners of the lands on where we gather and pay our respects to the Elders, lores, customs and creation spirits of this country.
The Centre recognises that the examples we set in diversity and inclusion will support young children to respect and celebrate differences in all people. We embed diversity, inclusivity and equality into all aspects of the Centre’s activities and welcome all people regardless of race, ethnicity, social background, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation and national origin.
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