Tanya Notley has 15 years of experience working as a digital media producer, trainer and researcher in the areas of social justice and human rights, community-based and online media initiatives. She has worked primarily in the UK, Germany, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia and Australia.
Tanya's research is focused on understanding how media and communication technology impacts upon social and cultural participation, public accountability and transparency, education and learning, human rights and social justice and, most recently, on the natural environment. To carry out her research, Tanya employs participatory, ethnographic, action and applied research methodologies.
Tanya is employed as a Lecturer in Internet Studies and Digital Media in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at Western Sydney University and she is a researcher with both the Institute for Culture and Society and the Digital Humanities Research Group. She collaborates with a number of human rights and social justice organisations to design communication initiatives for social impact including an ongoing role as Research Adviser with the Tactical Technology Collective.
For publications and more see: http://www.uws.edu.au/ics/people/researchers/tanya_notley