Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly integrated in user-facing technology, but public understanding of these technologies is often limited.
Deadline extended to: May 1, 2020 The International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) Early Career Award recognizes learning scientists who have made exciting and innovative contributions to the field during the early years following their Ph.D. Each year ISLS will select up to two awardees. Nominations can only be made by an ISLS member. […]
Dear Colleague, All of us at CIRCL want to be as supportive and helpful as we can during these challenging times. Below we have a list of recent and highly relevant NSF news. We’ve also posted tips on how to host successful virtual advisory boards, and would love for the community to submit new Primers […]
The Lynch School of Education (LSOE) at Boston College seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor to be affiliated with its new MA Program in Learning Engineering. The Visiting Assistant Professor will teach and mentor in the program under the guidance of more senior program faculty and participate in the evaluation and iterative refinement of the program. […]
Due: April 15 JLS is excited to solicit abstracts for consideration for a special issue of The Journal of the Learning Sciences titled “Learning in and through the arts.” The goal of this special issue is to develop and explore synergistic links between arts education and the learning sciences. All arts disciplines are welcomed: visual, […]
The Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) at the US National Science Foundation is seeking qualified candidate(s) for multiple Program Director positions. Please see more details in the following ads: Visiting program officers in multiple areas of STEM education research Review of applications begins March 2, 2020 Permanent program officer […]
Deadline extended to April 1 Creating and Improving Adaptive Learning: Smart Authoring Tools and Processes Motivation and Scope Cyberlearning technologies increasingly seek to offer personalized learning experiences via adaptive systems that customize pedagogy, content, feedback, pace, and tone according to the just-in-time needs of a learner. However, it is historically difficult to 1) create these […]
The International Learning Sciences Student Association (ILSSA) is a formal committee of the International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) that aims to serve as an international community for all students of the learning sciences. ILSSA’s mission is to support and develop the intellectual, social, and professional development of graduate and undergraduate students in the […]
The Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC) Summer Undergraduate Research Institute at the University of Pittsburgh seeks summer undergraduate interns to promote broader participation in training in the .earning sciences. The 2020 program will run from June 1-July 31, 2020 and all participants are expected to be in residence for the entire program. Housing and […]
Kiley Sobel and Catherine Jhee at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center summarize the results of their interviews and surveys of 15 pre-K to grade 8 teachers to learn more about how they use virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in their classrooms, and general lessons learned from this work.