Kristy Corser

Kristy Corser has worked widely across the education, technologies and transformation industries. Kristy was elected to represent QUT at the Beijing Normal University – Queensland University of Technology – University of Calgary Doctoral Forum at the University of Calgary, Canada while doing her PhD. As a Research Assistant within the Connected and Educated programs, Kristy works on various projects, including Adapting Common Sense Media’s Digital Citizenship resources for impactful eSafety education in Australian early education and primary school settings. Kristy hopes to contribute to policy that assists parents/carers, families, teachers, and students to be informed, confident users of digital technologies and the internet.

Earliest digital memory
Saving my pocket money to purchase a Game Boy, then saving further to purchase the games.

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