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Michelle Cook’s PhD (Integrated) navigates the literature surrounding children’s citizenship and rights in relation to the data they create when connecting with digital technologies. Michelle hopes to improve and acknowledge children’s agency, vulnerability and voice as participato [...]
Natalie Day is working on a systematic literature review that seeks to explore the use of assistive technologies that support children in early learning contexts. She hopes to contribute to research and discussions that inspire the use of digitial technology in children’s education and play, e [...]
Kate Lewis is a PhD scholarship holder at the University of Wollongong whose work is linked to the ARC Discovery Project Quality in adult-child interactions during digital experiences. Her PhD work aims to understand how young children use digital technologies within the sociocultural context of the [...]
Lisa’s PhD research explores the use of digital tools and creativity in literacy learning for students ages 5-13. Working with children as co-researchers, she hopes that her work will provide insight into how children use digital tools to share meaning. Lisa brings her experience as a middle y [...]
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