Digital Media and Learning Conference
The 7th annual DML Conference, supported by the MacArthur Foundation, will take place Oct. 5-7 at UC Irvine. Constance Steinkuehler, of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, will deliver the keynote address.Learn More»
Want to see connected learning in action? Visit ConnectedLearning.tv, the community center for connected learning that features a weekly webinar series and other resources, all aimed at helping explain the approach and advocating for its adoption in education.Learn More »
Maker Ed’s Open Portfolio Project aims to develop practices for portfolio creation, reflection, sharing, assessment, and technology solutions.
Doing Innovation tells the story of millennials navigating today’s knowledge-driven and precarious economy through grit and inventiveness in the face of change.
DML Commons is an open online course that centers on convening community around digital media and learning topics.
The YOUmedia Network Community of Practice is an open community of educators and mentors who share knowledge and collaborate.
Phonar Nation is a free online photography storytelling class, built and taught on a mobile device.
This microsite includes instruments that can be used to document youth’s experience of connected learning.
Connected Camps provides experiences such as Minecraft camps that foster creativity, problem solving, collaboration and interest-driven learning.
Hives are a growing constellation of communities worldwide that are championing digital skills and web literacy through connected learning.
Educator Innovator blog posts, webinars and MOOCs help educators put Connected Learning practices in play.
Read “Connected Learning: An Agenda For Research and Design” — the seminal report on Connected Learning.