At the nexus of learning and innovation

What is a SIG? Our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together researchers and practitioners to solve complex problems in learning and innovation areas. We invite staff, students, and members of the broader community to join our SIGs, and to participate in the events and research projects coordinated by them. Our SIGs engage in both basic research in their areas, as well as public discussion with the wider community. Join us, and together we can invent the future of learning.

SIGs provide a mechanism for researchers with shared interests to work together on projects and activities of mutual concern. They are primary sites for community-building and for the development of research expertise.  

Current SIGs include:
1.    Learning Analytics Research Group (joint with DVCE portfolio) 
2.    Neuroscience and Education 
3.    Innovative Learning Spaces 
4.    Student Partnerships
5.    Interdisciplinarity