Families and Technology Focus Group

The explosion in use of information and communications technologies in the last decade includes families. Families use social media, mobile technologies, seek and share information with the Internet, use cell phones and other devices for communication. ICT has increasingly been a platform for the delivery of family life education, family therapy and other interventions, either alone or as a complement to face to face methods. Increasingly members of NCFR are conducting research on families' use of technology, on the applications of technology in family science and practice, and are interested in further development as professionals. The Families and Technology Focus Group discusses all these topics, and more.

Susan K. Walker, Chair

  • Families and Technology Focus Group members can connect and share resources on their dedicated online discussion group
  • Log in using the same username and password you use to log in at my.ncfr.org.
  • Add or remove this focus group or others from your NCFR membership by logging in to our My NCFR member self-service area, click "Join Focus Groups" and select or deselect the group/s you'd like to join or leave.

The Families and Technology Focus Group has created a collection of resources around families, media, and technology. See the resource collection here.