Living Online Lab is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing, teaching, and promoting Internet Studies worldwide.
Our goal: to empower youth by helping them become knowledgeable, engaged, and critical digital citizens.
Our curriculum: More than 25 online lesson plans covering key aspects of the internet. Each lesson plan comes with curated resources for instructors and students, including presentations, articles, podcasts, and video. All updated regularly to ensure fresh material for teaching. Living Online is currently being piloted and taught to more than 33,000 students in schools in the US and Canada, including Lexington County School District 1 (South Carolina), Peddie School (New Jersey), and Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (New Jersey).
How it works: The Living Online curriculum and resources are available for subscribers to download. Please contact us for details.
Our trustees and advisors include: Lord Mitchell (former entrepreneur and founding chairman of the eLearning Foundation), Dr. Tom Chatfield (author, Oxford University academic, and broadcaster), and Anne Collier, a highly experienced educational nonprofit leader.
Our partners: Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society has partnered with Living Online to develop a series of lesson plans for LRNG.com, a youth-focused educational program.
The media: The Atlantic describes Living Online as "the liberal arts of virtual living."
Contact us here for more information and sample lesson plans.