Category Archives: CFLT-CAP

CAP: Advancing Technology and Practice for Learning Reading and Writing Skills in Secondary Science Education

7/01/2016-6/30/2018 PI: Rebecca Passonneau Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Award Details The proposed workshop brings together researchers and educators to discuss how to advance technology and practice to better promote secondary school science literacy. There is a clear need for new directions in science literacy. Over the past decade, the National Center for Education Statistics […]

Support for Doctoral Students from U.S. Universities to Attend AIED 2017 and/or EDM 2017

6/01/2017-11/30/2018 PI: Erin Walker Arizona State University Award Details The United States has historically been the global leader in the field of artificial intelligence in education (AIED), or ways to use computerized artificial intelligence to enhance teaching and learning in contexts ranging from children learning math in school, to soldiers learning highly technical jobs in […]

CAP: Building Capacity for New Genre of Learning on the Move (LoM)

9/1/16-8/31/18 PIs: Rogers Hall, Ananda Marin, Katie Taylor Vanderbilt University Award Details The past decade has seen rapid growth in development and wide distribution of location-aware technologies (e.g., GPS in mobile devices), digital mapping tools (e.g., Google maps), and tools for spatial analysis and modeling (e.g., CartoDB). These technologies create new opportunities for linking data […]

CAP: The Seventh Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence (EAAI-17)

9/1/16-8/31/18 PIs: Eric Eaton Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Award Details The Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence, affiliated with the AAAI (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) conference in San Francisco in February 2017 is a premier venue for sharing knowledge about how to use AI in education and how […]

CAP: Collaborative Research: Building Capacity for Political and Cultural Perspectives to Strengthen the Learning Sciences

PIs: Angela Booker, University of California-San Diego (Award Details) Shirin Vossoughi, Northwestern University (Award Details) We are at a phase where we can advance processes of inquiry and design that substantively address culture and diversity by building capacity across the networks of scholars with expertise in how these issues take shape within learning sciences and […]

Support for Young Researchers to attend the 2016 Intelligent Tutoring Systems Conference

PI: Beverly Woolf University of Massachusetts Amherst Award Details The Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) 2016 conference offers a rare professional opportunity for interdisciplinary students to converge and present cutting-edge research from the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), learning science, computer science, cognitive and learning sciences, psychology, and educational technology. This project supports travel for selected […]

CAP: Building a Cyberlearning Research Program: An Early Career Symposium

PI: Ginger Watson Old Dominion University Research Foundation Award Details The Annual Meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology provides a forum for interchange of ideas around designing technological support for learning and training. This project supports an Early Career Symposium at the conference which allows early career scholars to receive mentoring from […]

Doctoral Consortium for the 2016 Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference

PIs: Stephanie Teasley, Bodong Chen University of Michigan Ann Arbor Award Details Using data analytics has revolutionized many academic disciplines, such as Astrophysics and Biology. In addition, it has changed the commercial world and critical services like healthcare. The field of education research is also beginning this change. The Society for Learning Analytics Research (SoLAR) […]

CAP: CSCL 2017 Making a Difference: Prioritizing Equity and Access in CSCL Doctoral Consortium and Early Career Workshops

PI: Susan Yoon University of Pennsylvania Award Details The Computer Supported Collaborative Learning conference is the premier conference on how technologies can support collaborative learning, both online and offline. This project supports a Doctoral Consortium and an Early Career Workshop at the conference which allows early career scholars to receive mentoring from established cyberlearning researchers […]