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Natalie Day is working on a systematic literature review that seeks to explore the use of assistive technologies that support children in early learning contexts. She hopes to contribute to research and discussions that inspire the use of digitial technology in children’s education and play, especially with regard to children’s agency and autonomy in their learning.
Earliest digital memory
My sister and I were so excited to get a Commodore 64 in the late 1980s, and we would spend (what felt like hours!) playing Donkey Kong, a simple platform game that brought so much sibling rivalry!
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