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Miss Amy Antonio

Miss Amy Antonio
Name Amy Antonio
Position Adjunct Research Fellow
Section Australian Digital Futures Institute (Administration)
Phone +61 7 3470 4233
Extension 4233
Qualifications BA(Hons) Deakin , PhD Deakin

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified ( 130299 )
  • Education not elsewhere classified ( 139999 )
  • Psychology not elsewhere classified ( 170199 )
  • Specialist Studies in Education not elsewhere classified ( 130399 )

Research interests
Digital literacy
Digital information literacy
Digital divide
eMental health literacy
Digital curation
Social media
Educational technology

USQ Research affiliations

  • Australian Digital Futures Institute (ADFI)

Research most recent
Antonio, A., & Tuffley, D. (2014). The gender digital divide in developing countries, Future Internet 6(4), 673-687.

Antonio, A., & Tuffley, D. (2014). Creating educational networking opportunities with Journal of Creative Communications 9(2), 185-97.

Antonio, A. (2013). Democratising the digital divide: Civics and citizenship curriculum, Australian Aboriginal communities and social media. The Social Educator 31(2).

Research most notable
Antonio, A., & Tuffley, D. (2015). YouTube a valuable educational tool, not just cat videos. The Conversation.

Antonio, A., & Tuffley, D. (2014). Digital literacy in the developing world: a gender gap. The Conversation.

Antonio, A. (2014). Navigating the online information maze: should students trust Wikipedia? The Conversation.

Publications in ePrints

Tuffley, David and Antonio, Amy (2016) Ethics in the information age. Australian Quarterly , Jan - March 2016 (Ethics- Special Ed). pp. 19-24. ISSN 1443-3605

Kelly, Nick and Antonio, Amy (2016) Teacher peer support in social network sites. Teaching and Teacher Education, 56. pp. 138-149. ISSN 0742-051X

Smyth, Robyn and Bossu, Carina and Stagg, Adrian (2016) Toward an open empowered learning model of pedagogy in higher education. In: Open learning and formal credentialing in higher education: curriculum models and institutional policies. Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, and Leadership (AEMAL). IGI Publishing (IGI Global), Hershey, PA. United States, pp. 205-222. ISBN 9781466688568

Antonio, Amy and Tuffley, David (2015) Bridging the age-based digital divide. International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence, 6 (3). pp. 1-15. ISSN 1947-3494

Antonio, Amy and Tuffley, David (2015) Dr Google can improve older people's health- if we bridge the technology gap. The Conversation, 24 February 2015. pp. 1-3.

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