Associate Professor Amanda Third, PhD, is principal research fellow in the Institute for Culture and Society at the Western Sydney University, Australia. Amanda’s research focuses on the socio-cultural dimensions of young people’s technology use, with emphases on children’s rights in the digital age, the intergenerational dynamics shaping technology practice, and vulnerable young people’s technological engagements. Since 2010, Amanda has led a research programme in the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre (www.youngandwellcrc.org.au), which investigates how to better connect vulnerable young people with their communities by enhancing and leveraging their technology practices and their creative engagements. In 2014, she led the Children’s Rights in the Digital Age project. Amanda is also principal investigator on an Australian Research Council project entitled ‘Young people, technology and wellbeing research facility’. She has been a member of the Australian-based Technology and Wellbeing Cross-Sector Roundtable since 2008.