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Leyi (Lori) Ouyang

Leyi (Lori) Ouyang’s research focusses on designing digital audio-oriented technologies for young children to play actively and interactive technologies for young children to learn music. Lori’s Master of Philosophy thesis examined how music educators can employ digital technology in ear [...]

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Irina Silva

Acknowledging children on the spectrum and their connection with technologies, Irina Silva’s research aims to investigate the influence of digital technologies on children on the spectrum and their everyday life. Irina’s project is a digital ethnographic study that aims to understand the [...]

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Dr Guy Healy

Dr Guy Healy provides research assistance to investigators on projects in the Connected Child program. Guy brings to the Centre experience working as a Research Assistant on a range of digital media research projects, including Valuing the Web-Series: Economic, Industrial, Cultural and Social Value, [...]

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Katrin Langton

Katrin’s PhD project explores infant feeding applications (apps) as mobile technologies that mediate the construction, experience, and practise of contemporary parenthood in Australia. The study seeks to shed light on the ways in which contemporary parenthood and parenting are constructed and [...]

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Philippa Amery

Philippa’s PhD focuses on first-time mothers and their babies to examine the organisation of everyday interactions around mobile device usage, and how mothers account for their everyday digital practices. Data consist of ethnographic observational data methods, including video data of mother-infan [...]

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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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Professor Margot Brereton

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 Aboriginal communities. With extensive experience in codesign, Margot will contribute to projects in t [...]

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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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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.