In this paper I argue that the context for learning in the 21st Century has brought about the need to re-conceptualize or extend theories from the past if we are to develop an approach to learning design for the present and the future. Such an undertaking would appear to be timely as the nature of learning is being augmented and accelerated by new digital tools and media, particularly by mobile devices and the networks and structures to which they connect people.
Ref: 51. Cook, J. (2010). Mobile Phones as Mediating Tools Within Augmented Contexts for Development. Extended abstract in proceedings for workshop: Education in the Wild. Alpine Rendez-Vous, within the framework of the STELLAR Network of Excellence. December 3-4, 2009, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany.