Technology and Learning


This SIG is open to anyone involved or interested in researching technology for learning. We welcome researchers who use qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods in both small and large-scale technology for learning focused studies.

Our aim is to grow a vibrant community where members can connect and interact with fellow researchers to exchange ideas, knowledge and form research partnerships and have fun in the process.

Research interests:

  • Pedagogy and technology
  • Technology use by educators and students
  • Digital identities
  • Learning identities in the digital age
  • Applications of specific technologies
  • Design of learning management systems
  • Teaching technology as sustainable innovation
  • Blended learning
  • Self-efficacy and digital technologies
  • Computer-based assessment and learning systems
  • Video technology for researching assessment feedback interactions and video-stimulated recall
  • Teacher knowledge affecting their ability to use technology effectively to enhance student learning
  • Knowledge of content and technology impacts teachers decision making about how and why they use technology
  • Design for online language learning
  • What makes a digital creative ... do all the short courses help or are they only taken by digitally creatives anyway?
  • Digital portfolios, open badges and digital micro-credentials
  • Leadership and collaboration in creative practice involving emergent technologies with secondary arts educators
  • Online learning and online mentoring
  • K - 12 ICT integration
  • Online engagement
  • eLearning in higher education