The education, research, and outreach activities of the Laboratory for
Interactive Learning Technologies has been made possible by funding from the
following sponsors (awards are clustered by sponsor and topic):

The National Science Foundation

Traces–Understanding Distributed Socio-Technical Systems

Virtual Organizations as Sociotechnical Systems program, 2010-2013, grant#0943147

Collaborative Representations: Supporting Online Knowledge-building Discourse

CAREER Program,
2001-2006, grant #0093505

The Effects of Representational Bias on Collaborative Learning Discourse

Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence program,
Learning and Intelligent Systems Focus,
1998-2001, grant #9873516

Hawaii Networked Learning Communities

Rural Systemic Initiative, 2001-2006, subcontract
of cooperative agreement #0100393

Rural Systemic Initiative (planning grant),
1999-2001, grant #9907894

H. K. L. Castle Foundation

Navigating Change

A small grant was made to support a half-time coordinator for dissemination of the Navigating Change curriculum. Although this curriculum is not the work of our lab, we are supporting the Navigating Change community with hnlc.org.

Sloan Foundation

A grant to support University of Hawaii Asynchronous Learning Networks was awarded in 1999.

The Center for Innovative Learning Technologies

Prior support for collaborations with other researchers was provided under two “seed grants”:

ICSAR: Interoperable Components for Shared Active Representations (1998)

Designing Knowledge Representations and Epistemic Practices for Science Learning (1999)