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Square Eyes: Children, Screen Time and Fun

 

Emily Booker, Professor Catharine Lumby & Morris Gleitzman, George Dunford moderated by Daryl Karp

From iPad babies to screenagers, technology is part of children's lives whether we like it or not. But does it have to be a moral panic about digital damage, cyber bullying and the dangers of sitting too close to the TV? Emily Booker's book Square Eyes looks at how screen time can benefit a child's development.
On Saturday 25 August 2018 at 1:00pm

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National Portrait Gallery: Terrace Room
Terrace Room, King Edward Terrace, NPG, Parkes, ACT 2600

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