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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Marisa Parker writes USQ Research Week (19 to 23 October 2015) offers a rich and diverse program for all USQ staff and students. If you are a researcher or if you are passionate about research, then this is the opportunity you have been waiting for to gain insight into what is happening in USQ’s research […]
Dr Xiang Ren writes: Mobile reading (sometimes known as ‘phone reading) is fast growing in China. With 527 million active mobile Internet users in 2014, mobile reading has become a billion dollar market (Enfodesk, 2013). Mobile reading refers to the act of reading and consuming digital content on mobile devices, such as smart phones, tablets, […]
Neil Martin writes: Many years ago I had the opportunity to watch a demonstration by a blind web user on how he accessed a website. Using JAWS screen reader software and a browser, he navigated to a news article on the BBC website and listened to the audio of the text on the web page. […]