Join the CIRCLS team along with Marcelo Worsley (Northwestern University), Sidney D'Mello (University of Colorado Boulder), James Lester (North Carolina State University), and Janice Gobert (Apprendis) to learn about the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and student learning. They will discuss insights and recommendations from a recent two-day panel that involved 22 world-class experts. The expert panel deliberated on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, barriers, and risks regarding AI and learning and recommended seven priority issues.
In this webinar, NSF Program Officers Amy Baylor and Tatiana Korelsky will discuss the NSF Cyberlearning solicitation, Cyberlearning for Work at the Human-Technology Frontier. Learn more and register.
CIRCL is working towards the launch of a new, online, peer-reviewed Rapid Community Report (RCR) Series for short form research papers — like primers, workshop reports, and design reflections — that do not normally fit in a journal and deserve wider dissemination than a conference presentation. Attend this webinar to learn about and help shape this new publication opportunity. Learn more and register.
Educational researchers Justin Reich and Mimi Ito recently released a report, From Good Intentions to Real Outcomes: Equity by Design in Learning Technologies, which synthesizes research on why educational technology efforts so often fail to achieve equitable outcomes, and offers some guiding principles to address these pitfalls. The report addresses three important ed tech myths above and connects them to research findings from diverse fields and disciplines.
Register for the October 24 from 12-1:30 pm PT / 3-4:30 pm ET CIRCL webinar featuring work by two cyberlearning researchers:
An informational webinar on the NSF Cyberlearning solicitation, Cyberlearning for Work at the Human-Technology Frontier.