Publications

 

Pawluczuk, A., Uwnin. J, Spiesberger., P., & Unwin, T. (2020). Guidance Note 3 Digital technologies and girls’ education. In  Education for the most marginalised post‑COVID‑19: Guidance for governments on the use of digital technologies in education. (The UNESCO Chair in ICT for Development and the EdTech Hub Report). https://edtechhub.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Education-for-the-most-marginalised-Report-Guidance-note-3-v8.pdf

 

Unwin, T, Naseem, A., Pawluczuk, A., Shareef, M., Spiesberger, P., West, P., & Yoo, C. (2020).

Education for the most marginalised post‑COVID-19. Guidance for governments on the use of digital technologies in education. (The UNESCO Chair in ICT for Development and the EdTech Hub Report). https://edtechhub.org/education-for-the-most-marginalised-post-covid-19/

 

Pawluczuk, A. (2020). European Digital Youth Work and the Covid-19 pandemic: What’s next?. SALTO Participation and Information. https://participationpool.eu/resource/european-digital-youth-work-and-the-covid-19-pandemic-whats-next/

 

Pawluczuk, A. (2020). Digital youth inclusion and the big data divide: examining the Scottish perspective. Internet Policy Review, 9(2). DOI: 10.14763/2020.2.1480

 

Pawluczuk, A., Yates, S., Carmi, E., Lockley, E., & Wessels, B. (2020).  "Data citizenship framework: exploring citizens’

data literacy through data thinking, data doing and data participation". In the International Telecommunication Union, Digital Skills Insights 2020.

Pawluczuk, A., Hall, H., Webster, G., & Smith, C. (2020). Youth digital participation: Measuring social impact. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 52(1), 3-15.

Yates, S., Carmi, E., Pawluczuk, A., Wessels, B., Lockley, E., & Gangneux, J. (2020). Understanding citizens data literacy: thinking, doing & participating with our data (Me & My Big Data Report 2020). Me and My Big Data project, University of Liverpool. https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/humanities-and-social-sciences/research/research-themes/centre-for-digital-humanities/projects/big-data/publications/

Yates, S., Carmi, E., Lockley, E., Pawluczuk, A., French, T., & Vincent, S. (In Press). Who are the limited users of digital systems and media? An examination of UK evidence. First Monday.

Carmi, E. & Yates, S. J. & Lockley, E. & Pawluczuk, A. (2020). Data citizenship: rethinking data literacy in the age of disinformation, misinformation, and malinformation. Internet Policy Review, 9(2). DOI: 10.14763/2020.2.1481

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C., & Hall, H. (2019). The Social Impact of Digital Youth Work: What Are We Looking For?. Media and Communication, 7(2), 59-68. doi.org/10.17645/mac.v7i2.1907

Pawluczuk, A., Hall, H., Webster, G., & Smith, C. (2019). Digital youth work: youth workers' balancing act between digital innovation and digital literacy insecurity. Information Research: An International Electronic, 24(1). 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C., & Hall, H. (2017). Evaluating the social impact of youth digital culture co-creation: let's participate and play. In Proceedings of the 31st British Computer Society Human-Computer Interaction Conference (p. 32). BCS Learning & Development Ltd. doi.org/10.14236/ewic/hci2017.32 

 

 

Publications/ Conference Papers

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2018). 'Social impact evaluations of digital youth work: tensions between vision & reality'. Presenting at Transmedia Literacy International 2018 on the 23rd of March. 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2019). 

'The social impact of digital youth work: what are we looking for?'. Article publication accepted in Media and Communication (ISSN: 2183-2439)

 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2018). 'Digital youth work: youth worker's balancing act between the digital innovation and digital literacy. Research paper presented at ISIC2018 Krakow 2018 October 11.

 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2018). 'Social impact evaluations of digital youth work: tensions between vision & reality'. Presenting at Transmedia Literacy International 2018 on the 23rd of March. 

 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2017). Digital culture co-creation: capturing the social impact of small-scale community projects. Paper to be presented at Ways of Being in a Digital Age – A Review Conference, Liverpool, 10 - 11 October 2017.

Pawluczuk, A., Hall, H., Smith, C. F. & Webster, G. (2017, June). Youth digital participation: measuring social impact. Paper presented at i3 - information: interactions and impact, Aberdeen, Scotland

 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2017). Evaluating the social impact of youth digital culture co-creation: let’s participate and play. Paper to presented at Make Believe – The 2017 British Human Computer Interaction Conference, Sunderland, 3-6 July 2017.

 

Pawluczuk, A. & P.Kopec (2017). Young innovators in the digital era In The guide to the tools for research of youth in the migrant communities (pp. 54- 64). Warsaw, Erasmus + Program & the School for Leaders for the Polish Community Abroad

 

Pawluczuk, A., Webster, G., Smith, C.F. & Hall, H. (2017). Digital culture co-creation: capturing the social impact of small-scale community projects. Paper to be presented at Ways of Being in a Digital Age – A Review Conference, Liverpool, 10 - 11 October 2017.

 

Awards 

 

Best poster award at The Digital Human: Humanities and Social Sciences in the Digital Age at the University of Strathclyde (2016).

 

Best presentation at iDocQ Information Science doctoral colloquium 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dr Alicja Pawluczuk

Alicja’s research, art and community education practice focuses on digital inclusion and education, gender digital divide and feminism. She is a founding director of the digital inclusion and digital storytelling collective Digital Beez. Through the use of participatory, critical and multidisciplinary approaches, she aims to examine the power dynamics associated with the digital and data divides.

Alicja’s digital inclusion practice is rooted in the areas of democratic education and community development. She has extensive experience in digital inclusion community projects design, facilitation, and evaluation. Both her community engagement practice and her research are characterised by the use of experimental and interactive methodologies. Over the last 10 years, her work has been responding and changing in accordance with the contexts of digitalization of society. Alicja has a track record of peer-reviewed publications and cross-disciplinary public engagement activities. Both her research and practice are characterised with the use of experimental and creative methods. She has managed and contributed to digital literacy and digital inclusion and learning projects with the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and Erasmus.

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