Welcome

The development and diffusion of digital media is transforming the terrain of learning in both higher education and K-12 schools. The use of digital media in education is also dramatically expanding the amount and types of data available to analyze teaching and learning processes.  The Digital Learning Lab was founded by Mark Warschauer to use cutting edge approaches for better understanding students’ learning processes, from pre-school to graduate school, as well as to design and develop new tools and resources to improve digital learning opportunities.

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Current Projects:

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Advancing the Use of
Digital Museum
Assets in Schools

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Cloud-Based Writing
in K-12 Schools

 Corpora Use in
Second Language Learning

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Digital Scaffolding for
English Language Arts

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The Moderating Effects
of Computer Use on Writing

Investigating Virtual
Learning Environments

Investigating the Effectiveness
of a Blended EFL
Program Implemented in Mexico

Learning Processes and
Outcomes in MOOCs

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Multitasking as a
Collaborative
System: Examining
the Millennial Generation

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Online Collaborative
Problem Solving in
Remedial College
Mathematics

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Project SPROUT: Investigating
Learning Environments
in Higher Education

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Virtual Inclusion
via Telepresence Robots