Our Educational Technology & Learning Design programs focus on the study, research and integration of technological innovations to understand and support learning. Faculty and students are active in a variety of educational, workplace and informal learning contexts guiding life-long learning.
Our Master of Education and Master of Arts programs (offered at SFU Surrey) focus on research-based approaches to designing and using instructional technologies and evaluating their impact on learning. Master's graduates work in schools, universities, corporate training, Research & Development labs and informal learning environments.
Meet an Educational Technology and Learning Design Graduate Student:
Educational Technology and Learning Design Faculty
Dr. Kevin O'Neill View my profile >>
Academic Coordinator: Educational Technology and Learning Design MA, M.Ed. and Educational Technology and Learning Design PhD
Dr. Cheryl Amundsen View my profile >>
Please Note: Dr. Amundsen will not be taking any new students as senior supervisor.
Reframing Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Doctoral Programs: A Learning Perspective (Amundsen)
The Educational Development Literature: A Characterization of Practice and the Thinking Underpinning Practice (Amundsen)
Transformative Change (Mamchur, Kaufman)
Compassionate Canada? (O'Neill, Sensoy)
Self-Regulated Learning and Learning Technologies (Winne, Nesbit)
Aging Well: Can Digital Games Help? (Kaufman)
The Telementoring Orchestrator (O'Neill)
Individually Tailored Just-In-Time Prompts to Support Learning Online (Winne, Nesbit)
Understanding and Designing “Listening” Interactions in Online Learning Conversations (Wise)
New Online Models for Teacher Professional Development (Wise)