Senior Research Officer at the Centre for Learning and Teaching, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Dr Claudio Aguayo is a Senior Research Officer at the Centre for Learning and Teaching, Auckland University of Technology, where he contributes to research and development of learning technologies. Claudio is currently undertaking research projects at the local, national and international level in mobile learning, sustainability education, science education, collaborative online spaces, and educational app development.
Claudio’s current interests include the role of technology in non-formal contexts through affective and emotional dimensions, innovative use of emerging technologies and pedagogies in learning and teaching, technology-based self-organising learning systems, and embodied neurophenomenology in virtual and augmented spaces.
Abstract Mobile learning has proven to assist education at different levels within a wide range of disciplines and contexts. The exponential development and social adoption of newer tools and affordances (i.e. ‘possibilities’) of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are revolutionising educational approaches though mobile learning around the world. Mobile devices not only allow […]