Introducing @atz119 researcher & practitioner in Education, Design & Business

Laurent is a multicultural entrepreneur specialising in digital strategies, education, entrepreneurial thinking and mobile technology (mainly smartphones)📱✨
He is a well-travelled educator and I lectured and supervised students in France, Japan, New Caledonia and New Zealand, as well as holding workshops, public speaking and carrying out research in several different locations around the world. Besides, I am a multiple award-winning researcher focusing on Creativity, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Mobile Technology & Education. Respectively, I was one of the co-founders of MINA [ Mobile Innovation Network Australasia | 2011-2018 ], which aimed at exploring the possibilities of interaction between people, content and mobile devices.

From 2012 to 2015, Laurent was awarded several ‘Learning and Teaching Fellowship’ grants, and remained Research Fellow at the Centre for Learning And Teaching (CfLAT) until 2020.

Laurent is about to defend his PhD focussing on #creativity #cocreation #organisationalmanagement #mobiletechnology


Antonczak L., Neukam, M. & Bollinger, S. (under double-blind peer review – publication expected late 2021). From industry to academia: innovative learning practices in the digital area. In: Parsons, D. & MacCallum, K. (eds) Industry Practices, Processes and Techniques Adopted in Education – Supporting innovative teaching and learning practice. Singapore: Springer.
Antonczak, L. & Burger-Helmchen, T. (2021). Being mobile: a call for collaborative innovation practices?. Information and Learning Sciences,Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.
Antonczak, L. (2021). Mobile Technology: Innovative and creative practices enabling learning environments in Higher Education & Business. Pacific Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 3(1), 29-31.
Antonczak, L. (2020). Mobile technology: a new ba of work organisation?. Innovations – Journal of Innovation Economics & Management, 31(1), 11-37.

Antonczak L., Lees A. B., Cochrane T. (2019). Beyond the classroom borders: A human-based transdisciplinary collaboration enabled by technologies. The 2nd Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning (SoTEL) Symposium, February 14-15, Auckland.

Lees A. B., Antonczak L., Cochrane T. (2018). Transdisciplinary curriculum co-creation: new perspectives for learning enabled by technologies. The 1st Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning (SoTEL) Symposium, February 15-16, Auckland.