Dr Pauline Roberts investigates the use of digital technologies by parents when they visit the library with their young children and the role of the librarian through this, with the aim to further explore this connection with early learning centres. Pauline hopes that her work in the Centre will hel [...]
Ros Sambell is a lecturer and researcher in the School of Medical and Health Sciences at Edith Cowan University (ECU), with expertise in nutrition and food provision in the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector and an interest in sustainable food systems, including regenerative agricultur [...]
Fiona Boylan recently completed her PhD titled Mindsets matter: Early childhood teacher perceptions of mindset, with a design based research project which developed principles to support early childhood educators to nurture a growth mindset in students. Fiona will contribute to the Educated Child pr [...]
Associate Professor Diana Arabiat’s research focuses on understanding the child and family experience of chronic illness and factors impacting child’s health and early development. Diana’s work seeks to explore ways in which interactive digital technologies impacts children’s development [...]
Dr Leesa Costello’s areas of expertise include qualitative research methodologies; public health projects that utilise ethnographic, netnographic, and narrative techniques; social marketing and health communication; and early childhood education and care nutrition.
Leesa will contribute to the [...]
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.