Apperley, Tom

Institute for an Broadband-Enabled Society
Tom Apperley, Ph.D. is an ethnographer, researcher and consultant on digital media technologies. His previous writing has covered digital games, mobile phones, digital literacies and pedagogies, and social exclusion. He is a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne. His book 'Gaming rhythms: Play and counterplay from the situated' to the global was published in 2010 by the Institute of Network Cultures. Tom’s previous work has appeared in The Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, English in Education, Pedagogies: An International Journal, Simulation & Gaming. He is the co-editor of the peer-reviewed journal Digital Culture and Education.