The goal of the No Child Alone project combines the expertise of Dr. Antle's child-centred design research with Curatio Networks Inc and the Burnaby School Board (Canada) to design and develop a COVID-19 support system for children (10-18 years) and their teachers, parents and caregivers. The No Child Alone-Curatio system will enable those who care about children's learning, development and mental health to effectively and efficiently work with children to overcome social-emotional and mental health challenges related to the impact of COVID-19 in Canada, and internationally.
NSERC Alliance grant Canada
Alissa N. Antle, Research Lead
Lynda Brown Ganzert, CEO Curatio Networks Inc.
Jillian Warren, SFU Project Lead and Research Co-Lead
Alireza Davoodi, Curatio Project Lead and Research Co-Lead
Deanna Maki, Educational Consultant
Hanna Foy, Teacher Lead Montecito Elementary School, Burnaby, Canada
Jessica Vaughan, Teacher Montecito Elementary School, Burnaby, Canada
Dr. Alexandra Kitson, SFU Researcher
- Jillian L. Warren, Alissa N. Antle, Alexandra Kitson and Alireza Davoodi. “A codesign study exploring needs, strategies, and opportunities for digital health platforms to address pandemic-related impacts on children and families“. | (under review)
- Jillian L. Warren, Alissa N. Antle, Alexandra Kitson, and Alireza Davoodi. 2022. Lessons Learned and Future Considerations for Designing Remotely Facilitated Co-Design Studies with Children Focused on Socio-Emotional Experiences. In Interaction Design and Children (IDC '22). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 37–49. DOI