I would like to check out an iRobot Roomba, bubble machine, karaoke machine, and popcorn machine.(Illustrated by Brian Mead. Read mo...
Here is an interesting thesis by Alexandra Christine Nelson on a different kind of Library of Things (L.o.T) that is not like the one about checking out cool things. Nelson proposes the L.o.T model, a play on I.o.T., that "aims to reconceptualize the public library’s role in cities by ...
Hui Soo’s recent post on A.I. in education reminds me of a book,
I am working on a conference paper on real-time locating systems (RTLS) in innovative learning spaces recently and find this concept of ubiquitous learning useful to vision innovative learning activities at the Smith Learning Theater.
As we continue to mine data to help us better understand Edlab educational apps, library services, and users/learners/patrons, it is helpful to have a conceptual understanding about various kinds of analytics and their strengths for design and decision making. I ran into this presentation “
I am reading James Paul Gee's book The Anti-Education Era: Creating Smarter Students through Digital Learning recentl...
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Conducting educational research on learning activities that involve physical movement is challenging as it is against the dominating school culture that discourages physical movements. Thus, it is especially exciting to learn about new research on this topic at 2017 AERA.
I'll be presenting research team's paper on approaches to CS Teacher education at 2017 AERA. Learn more about the presentation here, and below is the abstract:
Here is a very interesting, newly launched online journal Distill on machine learning research. Unlike other academic journals that provide mostly and only static knowledge in texts, figures and/or visualizations, articles in this online journal aim to