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 […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]

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: […]


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 […]


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 […]