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Next ANZCASalon: ‘Researching the Digital Child’ (23 May)

We are delighted to invite you to ANZCA’s next ANZCASalon event:

‘Researching the Digital Child’ (with Dr Kylie J. Stevenson)

When: Monday 23 May 2022, 2pm AWST 

Where: Online, via MS Teams 

Dr Kylie J. Stevenson is Research Fellow for the ECU node of the national ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child. She is chief investigator for an ECU/Digital Child industry partner research project with LEGO Asia Pacific, Digital safety and citizenship roundtables: using consultation and creativity to engage stakeholders (children, policy influencers, industry). Her research expertise spans various fields, including children and technology, communications, and creative research. Kylie is the co-editor of the Routledge Companion to Digital Media and Children (2021) and Digitising Early Childhood (Cambridge Scholars, 2019).

In this ANZCASalon, Kylie will introduce the Centre for the Digital Child and how it aims to deliver and disseminate evidence-based research for Australian children to be healthy, educated and connected in a digital world, and also briefly discuss LEGO Asia Pacific, Digital safety and citizenship roundtables a centre project.  

ANZCASalon is a series of informal talks hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) with the purpose of focussing on new work and raising awareness of the depth of research into communication and media studies in Australia and New Zealand.

Please send an email to d.rodan@ecu.edu.au by Friday 20 May 2022 to register your interest and to receive details of how to access the event. All ANZCA members are welcome, and especially media and communication scholars based in WA (members and non-members alike).

We hope to see you there!

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