CL19 Gallery Walk

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At the Gallery Walk, participants can explore different project stations to experience demonstrations, interactives, posters, videos, and/or artifacts from project work. The gallery walk will take place Thursday evening, during the reception, from 5:30 to 7pm. (Presenters will set up their stations between 4:45 and 5:30pm on that same day.)

To ensure that presenters are able to both share their work, and hear from others, the Gallery Walk will take place in two rounds:

Round 1 (5:30pm to 6:15pm): Presenters at even-numbered tables will remain at their tables to present; presenters at odd-numbered tables will visit other tables.
Round 2 (6:15pm to 7:00pm): Presenters at odd-numbered tables will remain at their tables to present; presenters at even-numbered tables will visit other tables.

Gallery Walk Stations

See also full descriptions for each station.

  1. Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning – Ronald F. DeMara, Laurie O. Campbell, Samuel Spiegel, Richard Hartshorne
  2. Supporting Collaborative Problem Solving in a Game-Based Learning Environment – Cindy Hmelo-Silver
  3. The Reflect! platform: A tool for learning how to approach wicked problems – Michael Hoffmann
  4. Cyber-Eye: Transforming Construction Engineering Learning for the Future Engineering Workforce Using Unmanned Aerial Systems Technology – Ivan Mutis
  5. Graspable Math – Erin Ottmar
  6. Signing avatars and embodied learning in virtual reality – Jason Lamberton, Athena Willis, Melissa Malzkuhn, & Lorna Quandt
  7. Mapping Fields in AR with Personal Mobile Devices to Enhance Visualization Skills for Education and Industry – Chrystian Vieyra
  8. Idea Thread Mapper – Jianwei Zhang
  9. Learning Parallel Programming Concepts Through An Adaptive Game – Jichen Zu
  10. Collaboration Learning Analysis with Deep Neural Networks – Roghayeh Barmaki
  11. Multimodal Learning Analytics: Understanding and Improving Learning in Physical Spaces – Xavier Ochoa
  12. My Learning Analytics: a Student-Facing Dashboard – Stephanie Teasley
  13. Number Factory: An adaptive and inclusive elementary math interactive – Jodi Asbell-Clarke
  14. Student Explorations of Human Impact on Global Temperatures: Leveraging Student Choice to Promote Knowledge Integration – Libby Gerard
  15. HoloLens Applications for Teaching Science – Mike Martans
  16. Exploring Geoscience Concepts in a Virtual Grand Canyon – Stephen Moysey, Victoria Sellers, Matthew Boyer, Catherine Mobley, Sabarish Babu, Geoff Musick, Bryson Rudolph, Kelly Lazar, Leah Wiitablake
  17. Connecting Language, Learning and Critical Thinking – Rebecca J. Passonneau, Smaranda Muresan
  18. Computational Thinking with Zoombinis: Results from a national classroom implementation study – Elizabeth Rowe
  19. An Intelligent Tutoring System for Source Code Comprehension – Vasile Rus, Peter Brusilovsky
  20. Contextual Linkages Between Educational Platforms – Perry Samson
  21. Empowering Learners to Conduct Playful Experiments – Camillia Matuk
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  33. Using the Concept Warehouse for Adaptive Learning in Mechanics – Brian Self, Milo Koretsky, Stamatis Vokos, Dominic Dal Bello, Thomas Ekstedt
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who will present?

The program committee picked a set of presenters based on the information conference participants specified in their applications.

I’m presenting, where’s my station?

The Gallery Walk area is indicated in the map in your program. Each station consists of a table. Each table is labeled with the presentation info. To find your station quickly, ask at the registration desk for the precise location, or just walk through the rooms and look for the table labeled with your info.

I requested a poster board, how big will it be?

If you specified that you would like to present a poster, your station (i.e., your table) will come with a table-top poster board of size 48 inches wide by 36 inches tall.

I requested a power outlet, will it be there?

For those stations for which power was requested, we will provide an outlet at the table.

I’m going to present, how should I prepare?

While some stations might include a demo with interactives, some might show a video or software demo on a laptop, and yet others might involve all of those features. In general, the more interactive, the better.

During the Gallery Walk, expect conference participants to walk up to your station, carrying along some food and drinks, and expect some noise from nearby stations.

Note: No projection equipment, screens, or video displays will be provided for the Gallery Walk. If you require such equipment, you are responsible for bringing and storing your own equipment.