Jennifer Macdonald


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Jennifer Macdonald is a CDU-CSIRO Research Fellow with the Northern Institute in the Faculty of Arts and Society at Charles Darwin University. Her research is focused on culturally appropriate ways to assess the benefits and risks associated with digital innovation for biocultural decision-making. She works on multiple projects with Indigenous rangers, including women rangers, in northern Australia, which seek to support the co-design of collaborative digital decision-support tools to monitor and manage significant species and places and ensure local benefit and empowerment. Her background is in human geography and science and technology studies (STS). She is a member of TopEndSTS, a collective of researchers working across northern Australia who are finding ways to work with multiplicity in knowledge practices in engaged and productive ways. 


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