Thousands of the world’s top researchers, scientists, and designers are traveling to the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (also known as CHI) this weekend. The premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction will take place in Glasgow, UK from May 4-9, 2019.
Four faculty members from the Human-Computer Interaction Institute have received 2018 Google Faculty Research Awards.
Google seeks to identify and strengthen long-term collaborative relationships with world-class computer science faculty researchers in areas of mutual interest. The goal of these collaborations is to impact how future generations use technology.
A pair of separate, but complementary, research projects led by Carnegie Mellon University will use cutting-edge research in motivation, thinking, culturally affirming teaching and human-computer interaction to galvanize a community of teachers, mentors and parents around improving math achievement. These projects aim to support schools that serve black, Latinx and low-income students, and are supported by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
In an unusual move intended to shake up how college teaching is done around the world, Carnegie Mellon University today announced that it will give away dozens of the digital-learning software tools it has built over more than a decade—and make their underlying code available for anyone to see and modify.
National Science Foundation awards universities $700,000 grant to kick off 3-year research project
Amy Ogan, the Thomas and Lydia Moran Assistant Professor of Learning Science at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute, has been named to the World Economics Forum's 2018 list of Young Scientists.
From speaking to event planning, three members of the Carnegie Mellon University Human-Computer Interaction Institute contributed to the 11th annual Educational Data Mining Conference held in Buffalo, NY, Sunday, July 15 through Wednesday, July 18, 2018.
Many experts from the learning sciences and educational technologies communities gathered at the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education in London last week for not one but three conferences during the London Festival of Learning.