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Research

The UCL Knowledge Lab researches digital technologies for learning, media and communication.

iRead

Girl reading from a tablet

Developing personalised reading apps for primary school children

PELARS

electric cables

Practice-based experiential learning analytics research and support

EDUCATE

People talking at EDUCATE project workshop

Helping innovators in educational technology develop world class products and ideas 

IN-TOUCH

Human and robot fingers reaching to each other

Exploring digital touch communication

Playing Out with the Internet of Things (IoT)

Boy playing outside using imagination

Transforming neighbourhoods into digitally enhanced playgrounds

WeDraw

WeDraw logo

Exploiting the best sensory modality for learning arithmetic and geometry at primary school 

MOVE2LEARN

Time lapse of exhibition

How interactive exhibits can enhance young children’s scientific learning

Playing the Archive

Girl with VR headset

Exploring the nature of play by bringing together archives, spaces and technologies

D4D

Smiling teenager

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

Transformative potential of MOOCs

Woman's hands typing on a laptop

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

UnLocke

Unlocke game

An innovative maths and science learning activity informed by neuroscience 

CRISS

Boy in computer class

Implementing the acquisition, evaluation and certification of digital competence in primary and secondary schools

RELIEF

Adults in Kenya talking around a laptop

Co-designing Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) with communities impacted by mass displacement

iMAGINE

Cognitive psychology

Developing neuro-informed game-based learning for low numeracy

Numbermix

Children learning through play

Knowledge Transfer Project, increasing engagement in Maths through physical activity and technology

DROPS

mum and babies on ipad

Designing privacy-protective digital technology for shared reading between parents and children

Completed research

Projects include: