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Meet Jane Margolis

Meet Jane Margolis

Jane Margolis is a Senior Researcher at the UCLA Graduate ...
CIRCL Newsletter – Issue 34, January 2019

CIRCL Newsletter – Issue 34, January 2019

CIRCL News: Cyberlearning 2019 - October 3-4 Happy New Year! ...
Assessing Computational Thinking

Assessing Computational Thinking

One of the primary challenges of computational thinking as an ...
Webinar: Neuroscience and Cyberlearning: A Convergence Conversation

Webinar: Neuroscience and Cyberlearning: A Convergence Conversation

Tuesday, February 19, 2019 from 12-1 pm Pacific, 3-4 pm ...
CIRCL Newsletter - Issue 33, November 2018

CIRCL Newsletter – Issue 33, November 2018

CIRCL News It’s never too early to begin planning your ...
FUSE for STEM Learning and Interest Development

FUSE for STEM Learning and Interest Development

FUSE is an interest-driven exploration program that engages youth ages ...
Cyberlearning Workshops: Principles for the Design of Digital STEM Learning Environments

Cyberlearning Workshops: Principles for the Design of Digital STEM Learning Environments

NSF challenged interdisciplinary science and engineering teams to produce plans ...
Webinar: Rapid Community Reports

Webinar: Rapid Community Reports

Thursday, November 1, 2018 from 1-2 pm Pacific, 4-5 pm ...
Webinar: NSF Cyberlearning Solicitation

Webinar: NSF Cyberlearning Solicitation

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 9-10 am Pacific, 12-1 pm ...
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