Join the CIDDL Community!

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The Center for Innovation, Design, and Digital Learning (CIDDL) has launched The CIDDL Network. This community of higher education faculty members focuses on sharing tips and tricks, research-based practices, and strategies for innovative use of educational technology in educator or leadership preparation programs.

CIDDL’s mission is to influence change that supports the appropriate use of educational technology in all Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ECSE), related services, and K-12 learning environments to improve outcomes for all students, especially those with disabilities.

There are a variety of benefits in joining this community, including:

  • 24/7 access to a private online community website, so you can focus on what matters without the distraction of other platforms like Facebook groups 
  • A network of teacher education professionals from around the world dedicated to influencing change that supports the appropriate use of educational technology
  • Access to ongoing forums where we gather to have the conversations that matter, get answers to pressing questions, stay up-to-date on current events in education (and beyond), and share our expertise with each other
  • Invitations to live virtual events where you can network and communicate with your peers

Learn more about this community and join!

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