Our work on mobility, time and space investigates issues like:
- How can we understand learning, education and development as dialectically related to mobility, time and space?
- How might we support education across the spaces provided by technology including the physical, the digital and the augmented?
- How can technology offer particular support to international students and others in unfamiliar locations?
- How can we understand the role of time in online interactions between different people—including the apparently synchronous and asynchronous?
- How can technology contribute to how people learn from particular experiences and then transfer that learning to other settings?
- How can technology help us to link informal learning with episodes of institutionalised, more formal learning?
- How can technology help people in ‘transition’ between contexts: such as in and out of employment, or between different forms of education?
- How can technology support people across their lifespan?