Tylir’s research is at its foundation a feminist critique of online learning management systems – such as Canvas or Blackboard – within higher education. Drawing from feminist pedagogies – past and present, Tylir’s research focuses on how the use of dominant LMS’s continues the heteropatriarchal top-down traditional teaching in higher education. While supposedly a “gender neutral” environment, online classrooms may in fact further marginalize those students it seeks to reach. In addition, his work moves beyond just bringing/using digital technologies in the classroom or as a tool for research and presentation, but rather suggests how an online feminist pedagogic theory. Secondarily, Tylir is also interested in how self-disclosure around trauma and violence functions in F2F and online classrooms.