Australian Digital Futures Institute (ADFI)
The Australian Digital Futures Institute plays a global role in forging strategic partnerships, leading inter-disciplinary research, and realise focussed end-user outcomes to foster a digitally literate society. As the future emerges, ADFI’s role in horizon-scanning, prototyping, deployment and evaluation is critical in an increasingly dynamic world.
ADFI is a research institute focussed on the exploration of digital literacies for the future.
We have three programs of research: Digital Literacies, Personalised Learning, and Digital Inclusion.
ADFI provides a fertile intellectual and collegial environment for higher degree research.
We design and customise consultancy and advisory services to meet your specific needs.
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Dr Jenny Ostini writes: I’ve used the term technology violence for a while and often have to define it as it’s not a term most people are familiar or comfortable with. The core of the term is the idea that power and control drive people’s behaviour within relationships, including within intimate relationships. With increasing dependence […]
Dr Nick Kelly writes Online communities are perhaps for the current decade (for which we still have no adequate name) what “Web 2.0″ was for the noughties. Web 2.0 spawned terms such as “prosumer” and “produser” amidst other various contorted contractions aimed at highlighting what was genuinely revolutionary – that users were no longer passive […]
Marisa Parker writes When I promised to return to Toowoomba one day a week after relocating to the Springfield campus, I was relieved that the USQ shuttle bus initiative was in place; although it makes for a long day, if you catch the first bus out and the last bus back. The great thing though […]