The Centre for Media Pedagogy is engaged in research on network-based teaching, studying and learning and multimedia communication; the particular focus of this work is on design, implementation and assessment. The Centre’s research also embraces studies of the role that ICT can play in development co-operation and in education in sparsely populated areas. 

The Centre’s current research interests are the educational use of mobile networks and mobile applications, simulations and virtual reality, network video, and multidisciplinary approaches to learning environments that utilise playfulness and games.

Also figuring prominently on the Centre’s research agenda are new pedagogical models in network-based teaching and the pedagogically appropriate use of ICT.