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Associate Professor Crystal Abidin

Associate Professor Crystal Abidin is a world-leading expert in the field of influencer cultures and internet celebrity studies, including a portfolio researching children and the commodification of childhood on social media. Crystal’s publications on the topic were among the first in the worl [...]


Barbara Biggins OAM CF

Barbara Biggins OAM CF has been an advocate for children’s interests in relation to the media since 1973. Barbara will provide ongoing Web of Science search citations in fields related to children’s use of screens to ensure members are well informed of the latest in literature in the fie [...]


Dr Anna Bunn

Dr Anna Bunn works with educators and school students to increase understanding of legal rights and issues in relation to the use of technology. Anna has written on the impact of technology on children’s development and their rights, and has analysed some of the regulatory frameworks governing the [...]


Associate Professor Susan Blackley

Associate Professor Susan Blackley is a specialist teacher and scholar in mathematics education and professional studies. Susan’s research covers digital pedagogies, teacher identity, digital portfolios, and STEM education. At the Centre, Susan will work in conjunction with SciTech, with t [...]


Professor Andrew Rohl

Professor Andrew Rohl is a leading expert in the application of supercomputing and computer simulation technologies in materials chemistry. In 2004, Andrew became the Executive Director of iVEC and developed a successful partnership across five institutions to provide major advanced computing facili [...]


Associate Professor Amity Campbell

Associate Professor Amity Campbell specialises in movement analysis, advanced biomechanics and the application of measurement technologies to understand health pathologies and outcomes, including laboratory-based systems and state-of-the-art field-based sensor systems. Amity will apply her unique sk [...]


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.