Tag: Digital literacies

Professor Jackie Marsh

Professor Jackie Marsh is internationally recognised in the field of young children’s digital literacy practices in homes, communities and schools, with a focus on children aged from birth to eight. Jackie has conducted research projects that have explored children’s access to new technologi [...]

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Professor Hyeon-Seon Jeong

Professor Hyeon-Seon Jeong is an expert in children’s digital media use and learning for digital media literacy in and out-of-school settings. Specifically, Hyeon-Seon is at the forefront of understanding children’s out-of-school literacy practices and digital parenting, as well as developing cu [...]

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Professor Annette Woods

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 [...]

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Dr Luci Pangrazio

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 is being collected, how it’s being used, [...]

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Professor Lisa Kervin

Professor Lisa Kervin is a researcher in language and literacy, specifically focussing on how children use technology to develop and practice digital literacies. She is also interested in how her research findings can be used by educators to build knowledge about how technology may be used to enhanc [...]

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The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child acknowledges the First Nations 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.