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POSTED: April 8th, 2022
Dr Karley Beckman’s research explores children, young people and adult learners’ technology practice through a sociological framing to critically engage with issues of digital inequality, digital literacy and toward developing a theoretically informed understanding of the place of technology [...]
POSTED: February 22nd, 2021
Dr Luci Pangrazio is an expert in datafication, young people’s digital and data literacies, and digital cultures. Her role as Chief Investigator in the Connected Child program focusses on the datafication of young children’s technology use – what data are being collected, how it’s being used [...]
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