Today’s youth lead online lifestyles. They interact in online communities, build relationships, express themselves, stay informed, and find answers to life’s questions all online. Notebook PCs, smartphones, and wireless networks provide access to social networks anywhere, anytime. This generation, the iGeneration, is accustomed to on-demand, individualized service, and is becoming increasingly intolerant of traditional teaching methods where lectures and textbooks assume that “one size fits all” and that learning takes place through individual effort in a classroom. As teachers struggle to satisfy tech-savvy students, we also face pressure to serve increasing numbers of students with fewer resources. Some schools are finding success in dealing with these issues through innovative uses of technologies. Moving curricula online, adopting online pedagogies that emphasize exploration and collaboration, designing engaging activities such as “serious games,” and implementing online learning communities are key to connecting with the iGeneration. This presentation looks at current research in innovative online education technologies, along with the presenter’s own work in the area.