Category Archives: news blog

Let CIRCL Share Your Conference News

Are you presenting cyberlearning-related work at AERA, ICLS, or another 2018 Conference? CIRCL can share your news on twitter, facebook, and in our newsletter. Complete this form to let us know where and what you’ll be presenting! View a list of Cyberlearning-related sessions at AERA.

Learning Positioning Systems (LPS) Launch & Webinar

April 25, 2017, 4-5 pm EST In this webinar, Digital Promise will unveil and discuss the new Learning Positioning Systems (LPS) tool that links research to practice to enhance opportunities for personalized learning and addresses learner variability. LPS is intended product developers and education practitioners. The LPS tool facilitates the connection among researchers, edtech product […]

Ready to Learn Report

A new report from EDC and SRI International, explores parental involvement in children’s early science experiences. The report, What Parents Talk About When They Talk About Learning: A National Survey About Young Children and Science includes rich descriptions of parent experiences in their own words, a full set of findings, survey questions, data tables, key […]

Innovating Pedagogy 2017

The sixth in a series of annual reports on innovations in teaching, learning and assessment, Innovating Pedagogy 2017 includes some pedagogies that have an urgency about them. They are addressing problems of today’s world, where learners are faced with fake news, pseudo-science, ‘post truth’ and increasing tensions between some communities. This report is the result […]

3-Star Learning Experiences

Paul Kirschner and Mirjam Neelen co-author a blog called 3-Star Learning Experiences that aims to present learning professionals with evidence-informed ideas on how to make both the instructional and the learning experience more effective, efficient, and enjoyable. Check out their recent posts on topics such as whether it matters if you read and learn from […]

Grand Challenges from LAK‘16

It’s not that often that presidents of 5 different research societies come together to reflect at the close of a conference. But that’s exactly what happened at the close of Learning Analytics and Knowledge ’16 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Read more of Jeremy Roschelle’s reflections on LAK’16.

Towards Better Learning at Scale

Edinburgh is city of learning. How appropriate, then, that hundreds of leading scholars travelled to the University of Edinburgh last week to share advances in two conferences about… guess what? Keeping students engaged in online courses! Read more of Jeremy Roschelle’s reflections on L@S’16.