How to Build Well-Being Enhancing Technologies for Young People


Through CERES I have begun scoping how digital phenotyping and data donation can be used in my work on how to build well-being enhancing technologies for young people. This has been a cross-cutting collaboration across the CERES network, which will provide an exciting springboard for further innovation.

Further, CERES has boosted my work’s focus on the Global South. The funding has allowed me to support my graduate student who is investigating the impact of digital access and devices in diverse Global South populations. Further, the CERES scholars programme has been a great benefit to both of my participating students.

Lastly, CERES has allowed me to begin developing open science training resources targeted at the EdTech space. It has raised interesting issues in terms of Conflict of Interests at companies, data sharing and open access that I aim to continue developing in Year 2.