Learning is a central focus of the Athabasca University e-Lab. The e-Lab's open online courses, short courses, tutorials, and educational resources offer opportunities for faculty and students and university partners to engage in a variety of learning experiences, such as Digital Storytelling, the history and impact of social media, and digital media editing. Learning experiences here may be formal or informal and taken for a range of credits or simply for self-improvement.
Students and faculty can also discover digital research tools and online resources through the Tool Cupboard, including tools developed by Athabasca University researchers.
Beginning with Media and Information and Intercultural Literacy, the e-Lab offers full online courses, open to all, with optional certificates.
Students and faculty can enhance their online skills by taking one of the many short courses available in the e-Lab.
Students and faculty can enhance their online skills by taking one of the many tutorials available in the e-Lab.
The open educational resources (or "learning objects") listed here have been created to enhance your online learning. Feel free to browse these digital artifacts.
An alphabetical list of these courses, tutorials, and resources can be found in the e-Lab Workshop.