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02/11/2017 16:57

Kansas City Public Schools visiting Chromebook classrooms (MPER funded)

The Kansas City Public Schools work with Chromebooks and I am happy to meet some of the teachers. My first visit was in February. Javier Alfonso did a great job with  the Chromebook classrooms!  We had a great school day on February/9 and a super workshop on February/10 in Kansas City MO....

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01/25/2017 16:13

Want learn more about UX, user experience studies and usability?

There is a great opportunity in Washington D.C. to learn about user experience studies from professionals and get in contact with researchers. The conference takes place in April, 14-15, 2017 at the Washington Hilton hotel. http://uxdcconference.org/ From the website: "UX practices are changing...

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01/10/2017 15:36

Springer book series for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) - Call for Book proposals

The Springer book series for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) publishes monographs and edited volumes that advance the academic study and design of technologies and support collaborative learning --- learning that involves socially distributed activity, tasks, or cognition and...

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12/07/2016 20:04

Doctoral Seminar - Class Fall2016

The last day of my doctoral seminar at our iSchool, SISLT, University of Missouri-Columbia --- what a super  class!  I will miss you! I wish you all the best for your studies!  On the photo (from left; starting in the last row, middle, first row): Corey Hykes, Justin Sigoloff,...

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12/01/2016 17:08

Gerhard Fischer, discussing one of the most challenging design problems of the digital age: Quality of Life

 Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado at Boulder, visited SISLT and our IE Lab. On the photo from left to right: Faith Demir (IE Lab), Neeley Current (IE Lab), Joe Griffin (MissionHydroScience project), Isa Jahnke (SISLT, IE Lab), Gerhard Fischer (UC), Marge Skubic (College of...

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