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Michelle Gregory’s PhD research explores the quality of digitally mediated interactions in early education and care services. Michelle hopes to be able to support educators to understand the nature of their interactions when using digital technology, and ensure these interactions are of high quality and support children’s outcomes.
Professor Lisa Kervin and Associate Professor Steven Howard
Earliest digital memory
My friend had a Nintendo gaming device and it was always my dream to have one too! I think I’ve always been interested in technology and what it can help individuals achieve.
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