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The UCL Knowledge Lab researches digital technologies for learning, media and communication.
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STEM education for global citizenship

A project addressing bilingual (Taiwanese-English) teaching challenges in school mathematics using innovative digital technologies.

Chef robot cooking. Image by phonlamaiphoto / Adobe Stock

CHAI - Cyber Hygiene In AI

Being Smart about Security: how we can keep safe when using smart devices in our homes.

Pills isolated on white background. Image by Piman Khrutmuang / Adobe Stock

Enabling optimal antimicrobial use in East Africa

Co-designing an information package to improve antibiotic use.

Creative photo manipulation of a portrait. Image by LUMEZIA.com / Adobe Stock.

MIDAS

Methodological Innovation in Digital Arts and Social Sciences.

Human Cyborg Robot by Ezume Images / Adobe Stock

Biohybrid Bodies

Understanding how biohybrid systems may affect our bodies, lives and societies.

Teacher hands turning on solar windmill energy produce switch in science class. Image: Rawpixel.com / Adobe Stock

Move2Learn4Teachers

Co-design of early STEM training and resources.

Children playing together at home. Image: Jessica West via Pexels

Play Observatory

Children’s play during the pandemic and beyond.

Child taking part in a virtual class from a computer in homeschooling

iHUB4Schools

Multi-level Regional Innovation Hubs across Europe scaling digital innovation.

Human and robot fingers reaching to each other

IN-TOUCH

Exploring digital touch communication.

Time lapse of exhibition. Image: Unsplash.

Move2Learn

How interactive exhibits can enhance young children’s scientific learning.

Hands holding playstation controller. Image: JÉSHOOTS via Pexels

D4D

Disability and Community: Dis/engagement, dis/enfranchisement, dis/parity and dissent.

Woman's hands typing on a laptop

Transformative potential of MOOCs

Exploring the transformative potential of digital technologies for improving inclusion in higher education.

Unlocke game

UnLocke

An innovative maths and science learning activity informed by neuroscience.