Results from the Ako Aotearoa 'Learners and Mobile Devices' Project research (#NPF14LMD) has been published. It was a two year national project funded by Ako Aotearoa in partnership with six New Zealand tertiary institutions (Auckland University of Technology, Eastern Institute of Technology, Massey University, Otago Polytechnic, The University of Auckland, and UNITEC Institute of Technology), led by the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) over the period 2014-2015.
Three of my research articles have been included
- Day, S., Foxall, D., & Verhaart, M. (2017) Developing a metaphoric framework aligning Kaupapa Māori principles to elearning good practice. Learners and Mobile Devices. Retrieved from http://mobilelearners.nz/learners-and-mobile-devices/developing-a-metaphoric-framework-aligning-kaupapa-maori-principles-to-elearning-good-practice
- Day, S., & Verhaart, M. (2017) Mobile supported field trips using a gxLearning model. Learners and Mobile Devices. Retrieved from http://mobilelearners.nz/learners-and-mobile-devices/mobile-supported-field-trips-using-a-gxlearning-model.
- Mac Callum, K., Lengyel, I., Pascoe, R., Skelton, D., Verhaart, M., & Day, S. (2014). Learners and Mobile Devices: Case studies with computing students #NPF14LMD.Proceedings of ASCILITE 2014, Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, November 23-26, Dunedin, New Zealand. Available from http://mobilelearners.nz/learners-and-mobile-devices/media/learners-and-mobile-devices-computing-students-at-eit-poster-presentation-from-ascilite-2014