Current projects

Oxfam in Bangladesh - PROTIC (Participatory Research and Ownership with Technology, Information and Change)
A $3.86 million donation will give over 20,000 farmers in Bangladesh access to a mobile information system that will propel them towards economic stability and empowerment.
Enhancing and supporting deliberations within multidisciplinary decision teams

The study of decision making processes is essential for developing new knowledge which can influence guidelines, tools and technology for understanding how to better support medical teams in the future. The aim of the project is to record and analyse the knowledge sharing and decision-making process used by the medical team and other healthcare professionals during the hospital ward round.
Connecting the Disconnected: Designing Socially Inclusive, Integrated, Archival and Recordkeeping systems and Services
2015 - 2018

The Connecting the Disconnected research program will through a series of co-design workshops and related research activities develop a participatory archival design methodology in order to deliver improved recordkeeping and archival services to communities experiencing identity, memory and accountability crises.
Learning to Walk the Talk: Analysing Information Culture Phase 2
2017 - 2018
The objective of this project is to help archivists understand and apply the key concept of information culture as part of next generation recordkeeping practice. Information culture refers to the information management-specific settings of organizational cultures, namely the values and attitudes accorded to information within specific organizational contexts. A central theme of recordkeeping informatics is the development of a recordkeeping culture within an organization. The first step on that path is diagnosis of the organisation’s existing information culture. Once that diagnosis is established, contextually appropriate strategies can be developed to promote recordkeeping.
Rights in Record by Design
2017 - 2019

Children who experience out-of-home care need quality recordkeeping systems to develop and nurture their sense of identity and connectedness; to account for their care experiences throughout their lives; and to detect, report, investigate, and take action against child neglect and abuse. Those involved in supporting children experiencing family dislocation need access to efficient, effective, and responsive recordkeeping systems to ensure the highest standards and continuity of care. This interdisciplinary research project aims to design and develop a Lifelong Living Archive for children who experience out-of-home car, in order to transform archival and recordkeeping frameworks in this sector towards a child-centred model.