Liam Morgan is Associate Professor, former Director of the Centre for Language and Literacy at the University of Technology, Sydney.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Early Literacy in Informal settings: Supporting Home Literacy Practices: Supporting Home Literacy Practices

This study explores the views of community workers and the experiences of mothers and carers with early literacy in a range of informal programs.

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Understanding the Digital Divide: A Closer Examination of the Application of Web 2.0 Technologies by Undergraduate Students

This paper seeks examine the so-called 'digital divide' that is supposed to exist between university lecturers and their undergraduate students.

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Developing Early Literacies in Informal Settings: Addressing Aspects of Language and Culture in Supported Playgroups

This is a study of strategies to support the development of children's early literacies, especially with disadvantaged families in informal settings, addressing aspects of language and culture.

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Supporting Home Languages in Informal Settings: Chinese-speaking Mothers in Sydney

This study presents the results of a qualitative study of early literacy practices of fifteen Chinese-speaking mothers and caregivers with preschool children, in an inner-city area of Sydney.

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Multimodal Domains and Affordances for Home Language Maintenance Created by Web 2.0 and Mobile Technologies: Intergenerational Impacts

This paper examines the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the maintenance of home languages. It draws on data from case studies in Sydney and Wollongong, Australia.

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Published Online: October 12, 2015

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