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IRDL offers support to members and affiliates on projects that meet one or more of the following goals:

To engage in the research, study, or public discussion of issues related to the pedagogical use of technology and to the moral, ethical, and educational implications of its use.

To develop innovative uses of new technologies in teaching and learning.

To relate to one of IRDL’s four interest areas: Digital Learning, Technology and New Pedagogies; Digital Literacies Across Generations and Age; Surveillance, Privacy and AI; Digital Culture, Critical Literacies and Social Media.

To share findings from digital literacies projects, activities, and developments in the field with educators and other interested parties.

To foster collaboration between academics, educators, and industry/government personnel on research and development problems related to digital literacies and social justice.

Check out some examples of IRDL members’ research below!