What impact do emerging technologies, digital media, and networks have on transforming teaching and learning today? How can we reframe conversations around purposes of access and accessibility, equity and diversity, within and beyond digital contexts? What lessons can we borrow from informal learning communities, from new pedagogies and from digital humanities research to create more dynamic and meaningful learning environments? How do we utilize online, mobile, and other digital tools to generate more inclusive learning practices and spaces supportive of deeper learning, as well as transformative modes of cultural production?
Digital Learning, Technology and New Pedagogies cluster lead:
Beyhan Farhadi, PhD
Faculty of Education
IRDL’s other clusters:
Digital Literacies Across Generations and Age
Digital Culture, Critical Literacies and Social Media
Surveillance, Privacy and AI