Featured EILAB 2016 Pubs, UOIT, Canada

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The following is a list of featured EILAB 2016 pubs (articles and conference papers) from the research team. Key themes include digital competencies for online learning, transforming online learning with the Fully Online Learning Community (FOLC) model, problem-based learning, cross-cultural online and problem-based learning and the social dynamics of online learning.


The EILAB at the Faculty of Education, UOIT, Canada, is a digital facility for exploring human-computer interaction and learning. It is a hub for researchers and collaborations from around the world. The EILAB is a member of the Inclusive Design Institute (IDI), Canada’s first research hub focused on digital inclusion. Under the general IDI group, the EILAB is also a member of the AEGIS project, funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Government of Ontario. Current research explores: 1) democratized, fully online learning, 2) digital competencies for online and mobile learning, and 3) social, physiological and cultural dimensions of collaborative online learning.