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.
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Dr Xiang Ren writes The online education system in China is vast and complex. Its overall economic scale reached 82.5 Billion RMB yuan (AU $ 16.5 Billion) in 2014, with over 70 million registered online learners. The higher education and professional learning sector accounts for 76% of the whole online education market, followed by K12 […]
Neil Martin writes: The recent decision by Google to halt production of its Glass augmented reality glasses is an important development in the wearable technologies space. The reason attributed to the product’s demise was succinctly summed up by BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones, who felt that Google Glass users look daft. With a clunky design, […]
Dr Amy Antonio and Dr David Tuffley (Griffith University) write I recently wrote an article for The Conversation entitled YouTube a valuable educational tool, not just cat videos. For some reason or other, the article seemed to strike a chord with educators (which may have had something to do with the funny cat picture that […]