LT well represented at AERA conference
LT, the learning technologies area of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, was well represented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference last week in New Orleans. Faculty, staff, and students participated in several presentations during the conference.
Suzan Koseoglu (LT PhD student): Understanding Complex Ecologies: An Investigation of Student Experiences in Adventure Learning Programs
Aaron Doering: Keynote Address for the Computer and Internet Applications in Education SIG Business Meeting
Joel Donna: Using Cloud-Computing Applications to Support Collaborative Scientific Inquiry: Examining Preservice Teachers' Perceived Barriers Toward Integration
Cassie Scharber, Charles Miller, Aaron Doering: Creative Conversations and Potential Collaborations Between Educational Technology Labs and Institutes
Charles Miller, Lucas Lecheler (LTML; LT PhD student): Reading, Writing, and Language E-Assessment for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing K-8 Learners
Charles Miller, Aaron Doering, Cassie Scharber: "Emerging": A Reconceptualization of Contemporary Technology Design and Integration Through a Lens of Adventure Learning