Christos Anagiotos

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentLeadership Studies and Adult Education

Phone336-285-4349

Fax336-285-2565

Emailcanagiotos@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 131

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Christos Anagiotos

Education

Ph D: Adult Education and Lifelong learning, The Pennsylvania State University, 2016

MA: Adult Learning, University of Connecticut, 2011

BS: Education Sciences - Primary Education, University of Cyprus, 2007


Research Interests

Dr. Anagiotos research is focused on understanding how adults learn from each other, formally and informally. Specifically he has been conducting research in three areas: transfer of learning in the workplace learning, identity learning in the society and learning using technology in online higher education.


Recent Publications

Anagiotos, Christos  (2017).  Experiences influencing ethno-national identity learning: The case of young adults on the divided island of Cyprus.   Proceedings of the 58th Adult Education Research Conference.

Anagiotos, Christos  Haynes, Catherine   Alexander, James  (2014).  Knowledge Transfer.  In W. Rothwell, A.G. Zaballero and J. G. Park ,  Optimizing talent in the federal workforce   Management Concepts Press.

Anagiotos, Christos  Zaballero, Aileen  (2014).  Optimizing talent in the federal workforce: An introduction.  In W. Rothwell, A.G. Zaballero and J. G. Park ,  Optimizing talent in the federal workforce   Management Concepts Press.

Anagiotos, Christos  Identity Learning: A learning-focused perspective on looking at social identities.   Social Identities.

Anagiotos, Christos  Learning ethno-national identity in areas of conflict: How Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot young adults learn their ethno-national identity. 

Anagiotos, Christos  Using mobile devices for learning purposes in higher education institutions in the USA.