Cyberlearning

Cyberlearning

Cyberlearning is the use of networked computing and communications technologies to support learning. Cyberlearning has the potential to transform traditional modes of education to provide students with learning experiences that would otherwise not be possible. Cyberlearning can provide opportunities for more authentic inquiry experiences, creative problem-solving activities, and collaboration with other students; it allows for new ways of understanding content and gives teachers more varied ways to interact with students. 

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OSEP is a leader in the development of cyberlearning tools for STEM education.  Check out the following links to learn more about cyberlearning and the tools we are developing: