Context interaction systems for learning support

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: Jorge : Jorge Gómez Gómez, Ph.D https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8746-9386

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The interaction with context has undergone major transformations over time, all thanks to advances in nanotechnology that have facilitated the creation of much more robust hardware in terms of processing capacity, storage and high-speed telecommunications systems. Allowing a migration from explicit interactions that were only limited to navigation interfaces between the user and the devices to other types of interactions (implicit and peripheral).

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