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Associate Professor Kate Thompson

Associate Professor Kate Thompson’s research focusses on using data (including the role of visualisations) for evidence-informed decision making as well as designing interactive resources for learning. Kate hopes to be able to help people to engage with research to help them make informed deci [...]

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Dr Bernd Ploderer

Dr Bernd Ploderer is an expert in the field of Human-Computer Interaction for health and wellbeing. He leads the Digital Wellbeing Lab at QUT, which investigates how young adults, families and children balance technologies in their lives, and how we can design new technologies that help them to reac [...]

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Professor Kerryann Walsh

Professor Kerryann Walsh conducts research in the interdisciplinary field of child maltreatment prevention, including online safety. Kerryann is an investigator on the eSafety Online Safety Grants project, Adapting Common Sense Media’s Digital Citizenship resources for impactful eSafety education [...]

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Professor Matthew Bellgard

Professor Matt Bellgard’s research expertise includes digital health, human/animal/plant genomics, bioinformatics, health informatics, AI, biosecurity, eResearch, HASS, remote sensing and radio astronomy. Matt has led the design and development of digital health solutions for government, industry [...]

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Dr Nerida Spina

Dr Nerida Spina’s research expertise is in data cultures, and the effects of data on everyday lives, particularly its impact on educators’ work. Nerida is interested in how data shapes educational practices and children’s experiences of education, with a focus on equity and social justice. [...]

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Associate Professor Stuart Ekberg

Associate Professor Stuart Ekberg specialises in understanding how people communicate with one another in both face-to-face settings and via digital media. He has a particular interest in communication in healthcare, such as how therapists adapt play-based interventions with children to suit deliver [...]

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Dr Christina Chalmers

Dr Chris Chalmers’ research focusses on group metacognition, computational thinking, digital pedagogies, and robotics-based STEM education. Her work in the Centre will contribute to the Educated Child program, focusing on active learning and play in digital worlds. Chris will also coordinate colla [...]

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