The iPAC Framework has been widely used to inform other education researchers’ studies of digital learning. (Our foundational 2012 paper has been cited in almost 700 publications, according to Google Scholar)

A recent review of mobile learning publications published after 2012 (see this google document), undertaken by University of Hull doctoral student Rebecca Kelly, identified at least 50 research studies that referenced one or more of the iPAC constructs (personalisation, authenticity and collaboration), and at least seven studies that made explicit reference to the entire iPAC Framework . In Chapter 8 of our new book, we focus on and review selected research studies that make explicit use of the iPAC Framework or substantial elements within it (Kearney, Burden & Schuck, 2020).

If  your study is informed in some way by the iPAC Framework, and you wish to promote it via the above google document, please email the details to Kevin Burden or Matthew Kearney.