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.
Educational Technology and Learning Design Community
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Dr. Kevin O'Neill Please note: Dr. O’Neill is not taking new students as senior supervisor in Fall 2022
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Dr. Phil Winne Please note: Dr. Winne is not taking new students as senior supervisor.
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Students and Alumni Experience
Educational Technology & Learning Design (MEd, MA)
Angela Crocker MEd alumnus, writer, speaker, and instructor focused on digital living.
Elyssa Derban MA alumnus and School Principal in Vancouver.
Jon Hamlin MEd alumnus and Teacher, Designer, Cisco Academy Instructor, Lifelong learner
Ken MacAllister MEd alumnus and CEO of Cogcentric Labs Inc.
Marzieh Saghafian MEd alumnus and PhD candidate in Organizational Studies at Schulich School of Business, York...
Naveen Jit MEd student and BCIT instructor.
Educational Technology & Learning Design (PhD)
Lynda Beveridge PhD alumnus, BCIT Instructional Development Consultant, part-time teacher in a MEd program (School...
Natalie Frandsen PhD student and Assistant Teaching Professor at UVic (School of Public Health and Social Policy).
Patrick Pennefather PhD alumnus and founding faculty member at the Master of Digital Media Program in Vancouver.
Sanja Boskovic PhD alumnus and one of the few women practicing in power and process engineering in her country.
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)