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T. Philip Nichols is an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Baylor University. He studies how science and technology condition the ways we practice, teach, and talk about literacy and the implications of this conditioning for equitable public education. He is [...]
Research assistant, collating and organising data, collaborating on written outputs.
I hope to meaningfully contribute by providing research support to the CIs in my team. My experience as a parent of two teenagers growing up in this digital landscape also informs my keen interest in the project.
Jacquelyn’s research thesis is focused on exploring broad factors of young children’s digital technology use alongside presenting associations with indicators of childhood psychosocial well-being. To achieve this aim, Jacquelyn’s research will consider children’s digital technology use and p [...]
My research will aim to understand how children’s wellbeing online has been conceptualised and operationalised by social media platforms. By interrogating their logic of wellbeing as understood through their policy, controls and interface design, we can seek to understand how platforms are bot [...]
For this PhD project, I’ll be investigating EdTech’s Digital Supply Chain by peeling back its layers of production, the various relationships between companies here in Melbourne and outsourced agencies abroad. How are the demands for educational material being met by outsourcing work and tasks t [...]
Dr Frankie Fong is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in the Department of Comparative Cultural Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, located in Leipzig, Germany. He is also an Honorary Research Fellow of the School of Psychology, University of Queensland. Frankie’s resear [...]
As a PhD student, I am investigating digital culture among Bangladeshi diasporic children in Australia. I will conduct study on their everyday digital media practices, mainstream cultural assimilation, digital media negotiation and link with home country context, and parenting in online spaces.
Thomas Enemark Lundtofte is Associate Professor in Media Studies at University of Southern Denmark. His research focuses on children’s practices with digital media, with an emphasis on voluntary, leisurely, social and playful activities. At University of Southern Denmark, he is affiliated with Dig [...]
Chris recently finished his doctoral thesis in which he investigated how gamified learning applications reshape ideas of what it means to be an engaged student in a private girls’ school.
As a Research Assistant, Chris will be looking at how families with young children understand and manage digit [...]
Nicole provides high-level administrative support to universities and has worked nationally and internationally. Originally from Sydney, Nicole began her career in higher education delivering training and development solutions for academics and researchers.
Nicole diversified her scope, gaining expe [...]
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