Tammy Clegg is a Learning Scientist and an Assistant Professor in the College of Education and the iSchool at the University of Maryland.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in decision-making that directly impacts people’s lives. The AI Fairness for People with Disabilities Workshop at ASSETS 2019 will examine AI fairness, accountability, transparency, and ethics (FATE) for the specific situations of people with disabilities. Researchers, disability advocates, policy makers, and practitioners are invited to submit position papers […]
The AIED 2019 conference theme is “Education for All in the XXI Century”. Inequity within and between countries continues to grow in the industrial age. Intelligent information technologies have been proposed to reduce this difference, but may instead increase the digital divide if applied without reflection. Education plays a central role in this problem, as […]
The STEM Video Showcase: Innovations in Education featured 242 3-minute videos from federally-funded projects in formal and informal settings. Check out the cyberlearning-related videos and 36 overall winners of Presenter, Facilitator, and Public Choice awards.
James C. Lester is Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Center for Educational Informatics at North Carolina State University.
NSF seeks input on future NSF Convergence Accelerator tracks within the Big Ideas of Harnessing the Data Revolution and Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier, within other Big Ideas, or on other topics that may not relate directly to a Big Idea but that may have national impact. See the DCL: Request for Information […]
NSF Division of Earth Sciences invites proposals for the development of cyberinfrastructure for the Earth Sciences (Geoinformatics). The solicitation supports efforts to develop data resources, software tools, and computational infrastructure needed to facilitate studies of the structure, dynamics, and evolution of the Earth through time, as well as the processes that act upon and within […]
The STEM Video Showcase: Innovations in Education — an interactive, online event May 13-20 — features more than 200 short videos on innovations in STEM education in formal and informal settings. Join the discussion, share your ideas, and vote for your favorite videos!
DCL: NSF Convergence Accelerator Pilot (NSF C-Accel) aims to accelerate use-inspired convergence research in areas of national importance, and initiate convergence team-building capacity around exploratory, potentially high-risk proposals in three convergence topics (tracks). This DCL offers many opportunities for our education research communities and partners. For example, one of the tracks will fund tools to […]
Proposals are invited for papers for a special issue of the Journal of the Learning Sciences. Guest editors: Joe Curnow and A. Susan Jurow Scholars in the learning sciences are increasingly and more explicitly attending to questions about the political and ethical dimensions of our designs and scholarship. What is our work for? Whom does […]