Strategic Partnerships

The National Institute for Digital Learning works closely with a number of other research and teaching enhancement centres around the world with specialist expertise in digital, blended and online learning. We welcome opportunities to establish relationships with other universities and research centres in the broad area of digital, blended and online learning. Currently our major partners include:

AUS Online, Arizona State University - United States

American Center for the Study of Distance Education

Australian Digital Futures Institute - Australia

Center for Games and Impact - Arizona State University, United States

• Distance Education and Learning Futures Alliance - Massey University, New Zealand

• eLearn Center, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya - Spain

Epigeum, Imperial College - United Kingdom & United States

European Consortium of Innovative Universities - Europe

Institute for Learning Innovation, University of Leicester - United Kingdom

Learning with New Media - Monash University, Australia

Microsoft Partners in Learning - Dr Deirdre Butler

• National Center for E-Learning and Distance Learning - Saudi Arabia

OER World Map - Country Champion

PDST Technology in Education - Ireland

Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute - Athabasca University, Canada

Please contact Professor Mark Brown if you would like to apply to become a NIDL strategic research partner.


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