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Professor Margot Brereton is an expert and international leader in the codesign of new technologies with diverse groups, including children with Autism and intellectual disability, older adults and with Indigenous communities. With extensive experience in codesign, Margot contributes to projects in [...]
Associate Professor Sonia White is an expert in cognitive neuroscience (EEG) and eye tracking research methods. Sonia’s research is distinctly transdisciplinary and translational – she conducts both experimental and classroom-based research with multidisciplinary teams that helps education and h [...]
Professor Peta Wyeth is at the forefront of research into emerging technology for games and other interactive experiences. She has wide-ranging experience in the application of human-computer interaction and interaction design techniques for the development of technology for education and entertainm [...]
Professor Annette Woods is recognised nationally and internationally as an expert in print and digital literacies and young people’s engagement with texts. She is known for research related to school reform for social justice, and for expertise in research methods and research ethics. As a Chi [...]
Professor Michael Dezuanni is a digital media and learning researcher with national standing in the field of media literacy education and as a scholar of children’s participation on digital platforms. As Chief Investigator in the Connected and Educated Child programs, Michael’s work focuses on t [...]
Professor Daniel Johnson’s research focusses on the impact of video games on wellbeing, gamification, motivations for videogame play and the player experience. With expertise in quantitative statistical analysis, survey methods, biometrics and experimental design, Daniel’s role as Chief Investig [...]
Professor Susan Danby is recognised internationally as one of Australia’s leading experts in early years language and social interaction, childhood studies, and young children’s engagement with digital technologies. As Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child, Susan leads a [...]
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