My thesis: mLearning in South Korean higher education

I recently completed my thesis (as in I just sent in the revised version yesterday) so I now have a PhD from University College London. Or at least it will be official once all the paperwork is done, but that is more or less out of my hands at this point. Long journey that will form the content of subsequent posts, I have no doubt, as the dust begins to settle and I begin to reflect on what this experience has meant to me, what I would do differently, and all the takeaways emerging from the normal sequence of reflective practice.

What I am presenting here is merely a link to the completed work, the abstract, and then below that a bit of media from my journey along the way. None of this media actually made it into the actual thesis, but it was part of the journey so I look fondly on it. It is remarkable how much of what we do as researchers and academics (and teachers) never sees the light of day. But it shapes how the light sees that which does get out there.

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