Cyberlearning Summit 2014

On June 9-10, 2014, CIRCL hosted the 2014 Cyberlearning Summit at the Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. The Summit was a gathering of researchers focused on highlighting advances in the design of technology-mediated learning environments, how people learn with technology, and how to use cyberlearning technologies to effectively shed light on learning.

Recap of the Summit

The 2014 Cyberlearning Summit featured 14 keynote talks, research posters, technology demonstrations, panels, collaborative sessions, a webcast, twitter discussion, hashtag bingo, and cybercitizen reporting of demos and posters through video.

See a short report on the Summit by Jeremy Roschelle, Director of CIRCL.

Handouts from the sharing table are also available.

Webcast Recordings

View the webcast recordings of talks and panel sessions.

Speakers


Cynthia D’Angelo, SRI
International

Sidney D’Mello, University of
Notre Dame

Janice Gobert, Worcester
Polytechnic Institute

Leilah Lyons, University of
Chicago, Illinois & NYSCI

Yasmin Kafai, University of Pennsylvania

Ingmar Riedel-Kraus,
Stanford University

Tapan Parikh, University of
California at Berkeley

Carolyn Penstein Rosé,
Carnegie Mellon University

Nichole Pinkard, DePaul University

Joseph Polman, University of
Colorado at Boulder

Pratim Sengupta, Vanderbilt University

Jim Slotta, University of Toronto

Dan White, Filament Games

Michelle Williams,
Michigan State University

Michelle Wilkerson-Jerde, Tufts University

Natalie Harr, Einstein Fellow

Michael Jay,
Educational Systemics

Joyce Malyn-Smith, EDC

Barbara Means, SRI International

Darrell Porcello,
Lawrence Hall of Science, UC Berkeley

Rajiv Ramnath, Ohio State University

Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan

Stephanie Teasley, University of Michigan

Program

The schedule is summarized below. See the detailed program (PDF) and Summit Bingo instructions.

SUNDAY, June 8th

5:00-7 pm Poster set-up and early check-in, registration outside of Great Hall
5:00 pm Dress Rehearsal (Speakers only), Great Hall
6:00 pm Birds of a Feather dinners (on your own), meet at Memorial Union/Great Hall

You’ll be on your own for dinner, but CIRCL can help organize groups. See restaurants nearby.

MONDAY, June 9th

7:30 am Check-in, Registration, Breakfast
9:00 am Welcome, Introductions, Speed Networking
10:00 am Strand 1 Talks: Role of Teachers in Cyber-enabled Classrooms (Webcast)
11:30 am Poster Preview (Webcast)
12:00 pm Lunch and Posters
2:15 pm Strand 2 Talks: Playful Environments (Webcast)
4:15 pm Technology Demonstrations & Reception
6:00 pm End of Day

TUESDAY, June 10th

7:30 am Breakfast
8:30 am Joint Keynote with Games Learning Society (Webcast)
10:00 am Strand 3 Talks – Deep Learning (Webcast)
11:45 am Lunch and Synthesis & Integration Groups
2:00 pm Partnering for Impact Session
3:00 pm Reflectors’ Panel
4:00 pm Meeting End.

Location

University of Wisconsin Memorial Union
800 Langdon Street, Madison, WI
Phone: 608-265-3000

Campus Map
Driving Directions
Parking

Attendees are advised to park in either Lot 6 (University Lot) or the City of Madison Lot on North Lake Street since they are closer to the Union.

Hotels

The Dahlmann Campus Inn Madison, $139/night, 0.2 miles from event location. Book rooms online using reference code “CL/GLS” or by calling the hotel at 608-257-4391 and using reference code “Cyberlearning/GLS”.

The DoubleTree by Hilton Madison, $139/night, 0.5 miles from event location. Book rooms online or by calling the hotel at 608-251-5511 and using reference code “GAM”.

The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club, $139/night, 1 mile from event location. Book rooms by calling the hotel at 1-800-356-8293 and using reference code “Cyberlearning Summit”.

Things to Do

Organizers and Sponsors

SRI’s Center for Innovative Research on Cyberlearning (CIRCL) is chartered by NSF to support the cyberlearning research community.

Summit Chairs

Sherry Hsi, Lawrence Hall of Science, UC Berkeley
Jeremy Roschelle, SRI International, Menlo Park
Sarita Nair-Pillai, EDC

Program Committee

Gautam Biswas, Vanderbilt University
Christine Forte, Pepperdine University
Judi Fusco, SRI International
Erica Halversen, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Victor Lee, Utah State University
Robb Lindgren, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Breanne Litts, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jeremi London, Purdue University
Amy Ogan, CMU
Chris Quintana, University of Michigan
Patricia Schank, SRI International