Dr. Matthew Kearney is an Associate Professor of Education in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia. For over 20 years, his research projects in the field of technology-enhanced learning have investigated how new and emerging learning technologies can be used in pedagogically transformational ways, particularly in school and teacher education contexts. Further information: https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/matthew.kearney
Dr Kevin Burden is Professor of Educational Technology in the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education at the University of Hull, UK. Over the past twenty years, his primary research focus and work has been on the professional development and learning of educators and the role that technology can play in mediating and supporting this learning. Further information: https://www.hull.ac.uk/staff-directory/kevin-burden
Dr Sandy Schuck is Adjunct Professor of Education in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Her research interests are all related to her interest in enhancing teacher practice and preparation. They include learning and teaching with new media, the development of mobile pedagogies, teaching and teacher education futures, beliefs and practices in mathematics education, teacher professional learning, and mentoring, retention and induction of early career teachers. Further information: https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/sandy.schuck
Dr Paul Burke is an Associate Professor in Marketing at the UTS Business School. He is also Deputy Director of UTS’ Centre for Business Intelligence & Data Analytics (BIDA). His research interests are related to applied market research and developing new methods to understand choices and perceptions in a range of decision making contexts. This includes research into how teachers approach pedagogy and technology, issues of retention and attraction of teachers, and the design of professional learning. Further information: https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/paul.burke
We would like to acknowledge Professor Peter Aubusson's insights and contributions to the development of the iPAC Framework over the past decade, and his leadership of the Optimising Teaching and Learning with Mobile-Intensive Pedagogies project. https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/peter.aubusson
Thank-you to Zhen Yin for his valuable assistance with designing this website and the surveys. Zhen has a passion for building well-architected IT applications which streamline processes. He specialises in web and mobile application development, online survey building, data analysis and visualisation.