Indigo Holcombe-James
Indigo Holcombe-James
Strategic Research Lead, ACMI
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Measuring Australia's digital divide: the Australian Digital Inclusion Index 2018
J Thomas, J Barraket, C Wilson, K Cook, YM Louie, I Holcombe-James, ...,, 2018
Australian Digital Inclusion Index: 2021
J Thomas, J Barraket, S Parkinson, C Wilson, I Holcombe-James, ...
RMIT, Swinburne University of Technology, and Telstra: Melbourne, Australia, 2021
Privacy at the Margins| Privacy Versus Relatedness: Managing Device Use in Australia’s Remote Aboriginal Communities
E Rennie, T Yunkaporta, I Holcombe-James
International Journal of Communication 12, 19, 2018
Digital access, skills, and dollars: applying a framework to digital exclusion in cultural institutions
I Holcombe-James
Cultural Trends 31 (3), 240-256, 2022
Cyber safety in remote Aboriginal communities: final report
E Rennie, T Yunkaporta, I Holcombe-James
Digital Ethnography Research Centre, 2018
Measuring Australia’s Digital Divide: The Australian Digital Inclusion Index 2020, RMIT and Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, for Telstra
J Thomas, J Barraket, CK Wilson, I Holcombe-James, J Kennedy, ...
DOI: https://doi. org/10.25916/5f6eb9949c832, 2020
60+ online: Engaging seniors through social media and digital stories
A McCosker, D Bossio, I Holcombe-James, H Davis, M Schleser, ...
Swinburne University of Technology, 2018
Cyber safety in remote Aboriginal communities and towns: Interim report
E Rennie, E Hogan, I Holcombe-James
Swinburne Institute for Social Research, 2016
Access denied: How barriers to participate on Zoom impact on research opportunity
J Kennedy, I Holcombe-James, K Mannell
M/C Journal 24 (3), 2021
Embracing liminality and "staying with the trouble" on (and off) screen
T Lewis, A Markham, I Holcombe-James
M/C Journal 24 (3), 2021
COVID-19, digital inclusion, and the Australian cultural sector: a research snapshot
I Holcombe-James, 2021
‘I’m fired up now!’: digital cataloguing, community archives, and unintended opportunities for individual and archival digital inclusion
I Holcombe-James
Archival Science 22 (4), 521-538, 2022
Mapping the digital gap-background paper: project objectives, context and methods
D Featherstone, J Thomas, I Holcombe-James, L Ormond-Parker, ...
APO: Analysis & Policy Observatory, 2022
“It’s almost impossible to buy a dumb TV” Experiences of automated decision-making and smart technologies in low-income homes
J Kennedy, I Holcombe-James
Telematics and Informatics 68, 101767, 2022
Imagining future digital assistants at work: A study of task management needs
Y Khaokaew, I Holcombe-James, MS Rahaman, J Liono, JR Trippas, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 168, 102905, 2022
Barriers to digital participation within the Australian cultural sector: mediating distance, unlocking collections
I Holcombe-James
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, RMIT. Retrieved from https …, 2019
Developments in Web3 for the creative industries
E Rennie, I Holcombe-James, A Kushnir, T Webster, B Morgan
RMIT University, 2022
Digital arts and culture in Australia: Promissory discourses and uncertain realities in pandemic times
I Holcombe-James, J Flore, NA Hendry
Media International Australia, 1329878X221136922, 2022
Telstra Connected Students: Lessons for Digital Inclusion
J Kennedy, I Holcombe-James, K Mannell
Telstra, 2022
How Crowd Worker Factors Influence Subjective Annotations: A Study of Tagging Misogynistic Hate Speech in Tweets
D Hettiachchi, I Holcombe-James, S Livingstone, A de Silva, M Lease, ...
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing 11 …, 2023
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