Category Archives: Resource

CIRCL Educators

Resources for educators interested in bringing technology into classroom practice. The Educators’ Corner blog gives educators a sneak preview of next generation technologies and aims to bridge cyberlearning research with classroom practice. Want to contribute to the educators’ blog? Contact CIRCL Also check out edSurge, which has information on curriculum for teaching concepts, teacher needs […]

NSF Cyberlearning Proposal Resources

Many NSF programs fund cyberlearning work. Below are resources to help you develop a strong proposal for the NSF Cyberlearning Program and related programs. These materials were developed by NSF or referenced in NSF Cyberlearning webinars. To learn how CIRCL supports proposers and awardees, see 5 Ways CIRCL Can Help You. Webinar Recordings (Recordings, Q&A, […]

Broadening Participation

Broadening participation starts by examining our own practices. The Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE) Broadening Participation in STEM task force offers a Conversation Guide that outlines key challenges, questions, and tips to facilitate conversation. CAISE also offers a Toolkit: Broadening Perspectives on Broadening Participation in STEM to support strategic efforts to broaden […]


NAPLeS (The Network of Academic Programs in the Learning Sciences) is a network of Ph.D. and Master’s programs in the Learning Sciences. The overall mission of NAPLeS is to foster high quality Learning Sciences programs internationally through several mechanisms that support teaching and learning. NAPLeS hosts speakers on topics including learning analytics, learning sciences, cognition […]

Accessibility Resources

Resources for making cyberlearning technology and pedagogy accessible to students and instructors with disabilities, recommended by Sheryl Burgstahler and AccessCyberlearning. Visit the Do-It Center to learn more about AccessCyberlearning and access more information and resources for improving the experiences of learners with diverse characteristics, including disabilities, in digital learning. Publications Equal Access: How to Broaden […]

International Efforts

Some cyberlearning-related efforts outside the US, including conferences, organizations, research networks, books, and reports. Research Networks LACE: Learning Analytics Community Exchange EU funded project in the 7th Framework Programme LINKS: Learning in a Networked Society Israeli Center Of Research Excellence (I-CORE) GaLA: Games and Learning Alliance EU FP7 Network of Excellence (NoE) October 2011 – […]


In addition to Cyberlearning conference organized by CIRCL, many other conferences cover various aspects of cyberlearning. Below is a short list. Have a Cyberlearning-related conference to suggest? Contact CIRCL And do check our event calendar for Cyberlearning-related events! International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS): International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) International Conference of […]


Cyberlearning research fits in a wide spectrum of journals. Below is a short list. Have a Cyberlearning-related journal to suggest? Contact CIRCL International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS): Journal of the Learning Sciences (Taylor & Francis) International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (Springer) American Educational Research Association (AERA): American Education Research Journal (SAGE) […]