The Institute for Learning Innovation has a demonstrated track record for leading basic research initiatives, actively participating in professional organizations, and contributing important learning-centered publications to the field. Looking for a resource? Browse our staff publications below or contact us for further information.

The contribution of science-rich resources to public science interest

John H. Falk , Scott Pattison , David Meier , David Bibas , Kathleen Livingston

The Contributions Made by Five Science Education Resources to Youth’s Interest in Science

John H. Falk Ph.D

Viewing Art Museum Visitors Through The Lens Of Identity

John H. Falk, Ph.D

Travel and Learning: A Neglected Tourism Research Area

John H. Falk Ph.D

Serious Fun: Viewing Hobbyist Activities through a Learning Lens

John H. Falk, Ph.D

Partnering for Equitable STEM Pathways for Youth Underrepresented in STEM (YeSTEM)

Elysa Corin Ph.D

Using Communities-of-Practice to Support Informal Educators’ Professional Development

Cathlyn Stylinski, Joe Heimlich, Sasha Palmquist

Towards a 21ST Century Approach to Science Education Policy

John H. Falk Ph.D

Science Hobbyists: Active Users of the Science-Learning Ecosystem

Elysa Corin, Ph.D.

Museum Audiences: A Visitor-Centered Perspective

John H. Falk Ph.D