About PLAN project
This research project is about understanding how to better support PGRs and university staff (faculty and professional services) at different stages of parental leave through computer-mediated communication.
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The PLAN project is funded by the VC Diversity and Inclusion Fund at Northumbria University and has received ethical approval (ref: 20801).
Work-life balance in the digital age
Dr Marta Cecchinato in a Human-Computer Interaction researcher working in the Computer and Information Sciences department at Northumbria University. For the past 7 years her work has focused on understanding how to better support work-life balance and wellbeing in our digital world, by exploring how technology can be redesigned. If you would like to learn more about her research, you can visit her research projects’ website: https://digitalboundariesresearch.wordpress.com/
Motherhood and technology
Dr Lisa Thomas is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Northumbria University who has an interest in online communities, both in the context of health and motherhood, but also for residential groups and local organisations. She recently organised a workshop on technology for motherhood: http://www.techformotherhood.com/
Get in Touch
Dr Marta Cecchinato (project lead)