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What can we learn from children and families about online play at home?
Jane Caughey, Australian Catholic University
Helen Skouteris, Monash University
Susan Edwards, Australian Catholic University
This event was held on Friday 10 November 2023
1.00 pm – 2.00 pm AEST
Children and families are often involved in online play at home. What this play looks like and how children, and their adults feel about online play and the rules and behaviours they jointly negotiate about how and where they play, including for online safety and managing physical activity are important issues for children growing up with digital technologies. In this seminar, PhD Candidate Jane Caughey who is working on the Australian Research Council Linkage Project ‘Young Children in Digital Society’ shares findings from her collaboration with children and families about online play at home. Opportunities for the findings from this investigation to be translated in practice are also examined.
View the library of seminars here, or select individual sessions below:
Seminar 1: Designing an Integrated ARC Linkage Project with Multiple Partners (Straker et al).
Seminar 2: Understanding the practices that matter (Nolan et al).
Seminar 3: From data analysis to online content: making research findings accessible (Salaman et al).
Seminar 4: Seminar 4: What can we learn from children and families about online play at home? (Caughey et al).
Download the Powerpoint here.