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CMU Learning Scientists Featured on e-literate TV

E-Literate TV

January 9, 2017

Three Carnegie Mellon University learning scientists, Marsha Lovett, Ken Koedinger and Lauren Herckis, have been featured on e-literate TV, which is designed to provoke conversations about how technology can be employed in the service of education.

Lovett, director of the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation, teaching professor of psychology and co-coordinator of the Simon Initiative, discusses “What is Learning Science from an Educator's Perspective?

Koedinger explores “What Learning Science Tells Us About How to Use Educational Technology.” He is a professor of human-computer interaction and psychology, director of LearnLab and co-coordinator of the Simon Initiative.

Herckis, research scientist for the Simon Initiative, talks about her work in “How Can Learning Science Help Improve Teaching?

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By Shilo Rea