Platform Pedagogies includes colleagues in Australia and beyond.
Luci Pangrazio is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Research for Educational Impact (REDI) at Deakin University. Her research focuses on young people’s digital practices and the changing nature of digital texts. She is currently studying datafication, the politics of platforms and the changing nature of ‘work’. Her book Young People’s Literacies in the Digital Age: Continuities, Conflicts and Contradictions was published in 2018 by Routledge.
Natalie Hendry is a Lecturer in Health Education and Student Wellbeing at Deakin University. Her research explores young people’s everyday social media practices – what they do and why – in the context of mental health challenges and education.
Eve Mayes is a Lecturer in Pedagogy and Curriculum at Deakin University’s School of Education. Her research is concerned with exploring and problematizing ‘experiences’ of educational institutions, through creative and philosophical experimentation with issues of ‘voice’, affect, space and materiality, and ethnographic, participatory and arts-based research approaches. She utilizes conceptual resources from poststructural and posthumanist/materialist thinking to enquire into the (re)production and potential interruption of intersecting inequalities in and through education. She was previously an English and English as an Additional Language Teacher in government secondary schools. More about her work can be found here.
Jessica Zacher Pandya is a Professor of Liberal Studies &Teacher Education at CSU Long Beach. More about her work can be found here.
Daniela Kruel DiGiacomo is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California Riverside’s Graduate School of Education, and a research associate for the Civic Engagement Research Group. As a community- and design-based researcher, Daniela’s work investigates how to design for more equitable teaching and learning relationships between adults and young people across various lines of difference.
Gavin Duffy is a PhD candidate at Deakin University. His research is titled In Silico: Design, use and meaning of an educational app. This research seeks to follow an educational app throughout its lifecycle; working with app developers and schools to understand how each actor impacts how an app becomes understood.
Robbie Fordyce is a Lecturer in Communications and Media Studies at Monash University, where he is a member of the Automated Society Working Group and the Culture Media Economy research group. His research interests span studies in imperialism and digital systems, digital entertainment media, and theories of data and technology.