MQ’s Learning Technology Research Cluster

The Learning Technology Research Cluster (LTRC) is a collective of academics, professional staff and Higher Degree Research students from across the University that aims to:

  • Increase the quality and quantity of research output in the learning technology area;
  • Promote opportunity, support and collaboration for learning technology research projects;
  • Build the research capacity and profile of Macquarie University through high quality research staff and doctoral students; and
  • Consider possible sources of funding.

What people are working on…

At the first meeting for 2015, LTRC participants contributed to a vibrant discussion about the innovative and diverse range of projects that people are working on.


In summary:

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Join the Cluster…

If you would like to join the LTRC and / or contact people who are working on topics that are of interest to you to see if there are collaborations that can be pursued, then please make contact with Matt Bower. The LTRC plans to hold meetings throughout 2015 to support people with project development and grant applications.

Matt has also recently published a Typology of 212 different Web 2.0 Learning Technologies available here via EDUCAUSE.