The International Society of the Learning Sciences
An interdisciplinary society dedicated to the research of learning in all of its forms
The International Society of the Learning Sciences is a professional and widely interdisciplinary society dedicated to the empirical investigation of learning as it exists in real-world settings and to how learning may be facilitated both with and without technology
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The International Conference of the Learning Sciences
The ISLS Annual Meeting is a major international event, which hosts keynotes, symposia, workshops, panels, submitted paper sessions, and poster sessions. It covers timely and important issues and reports research findings across the entire field of the Learning Sciences. The ISLS Annual Meeting brings together those interested in learning experiences across schools, homes, workplaces, and communities who seek to understand how collaboration and learning are enabled by knowledge, tools, networks, and social structures.
The International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (ijCSCL) is primarily focused on how learning unfolds during collaborative activity and how to design effective technological and pedagogical settings for collaboration
The Network of Academic Programs in the Learning Sciences (NAPLeS) is a network of Ph.D. and Master’s Programs.
NAPLeS supports the exchange of ideas in teaching and research. We have curated a collection of resources consisting of webinars and videos, syllabi, suggested readings, and learning activities for the design of introductory courses into the Learning Sciences.
EXTENDED - Deadline for Receipt of Materials: March 8, 2021 We are pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2021 International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) fellows. The International Society of the…
2021 Public Engagement Series: Panel and Q&A Topic: Public Engagement through Social MediaMarch 11, 20217 AM PST / 8AM MST / 9AM CST / 10AM EST / 3PM UTC & GMT / 4PM CET/ 11PM…
Redefining entrepreneurialism in the maker movement: A critical youth approach Day Greenberg, Angela Calabrese Barton, Edna Tan & Louise Archer Assessing the black box of feedback neglect in a digital educational game for elementary school Betty Tärning, Yeon Joo Lee, Richard…
Dear Colleagues: As you may already know, following the ICLS 2020 conference, several steps were taken to increase equity and inclusion within the International Society of the Learning Sciences. Two of the most visible include…