Living Online Lab is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing, teaching, and promoting Internet Studies worldwide. 

Our goal is to empower youth by helping them become knowledgeable, engaged, and critical digital citizens. 

To achieve this goal, Living Online Lab has worked with teachers and academics to create a curriculum covering more than 30 modules, each comprising lesson plans and curated multimedia resources about key aspects of the Internet. Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society has partnered with Living Online to develop a series of lesson plans for, a youth-focused educational program.  

This unique, interdisciplinary curriculum, that is currently being taught in schools in the US, Canada, Africa, and the Middle East, has been described by The Atlantic as "the liberal arts of virtual living."

Living Online Lab 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.  

Contact us here for more information and a sample lesson plan.