human learning

Events

Childhood Play in a UbiComp World

Alexis Hiniker
Assistant Professor of Human Computer Interaction
University of Washington

On Multi-modal and Structured Visual Intelligence

Leonid Sigal
Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science
University of British Columbia

Knowledge Translation Projects

This project aims to develop a 3-credit course that makes use of UBC's historical resources suitable for use outside of UBC.
This project works with Northern Manitoba’s Asiniskow Ithiniwak (Rocky Cree) to reclaim their history by revitalizing their stories of cultural identity.

Profile

Computer Science
Computer Science
Information School
Information School
Curriculum & Pedagogy

Trainees

Computer Science
Information School
2019 cohort
Computer Science
2018 cohort
Information School
2019 cohort
Information School
2017 cohort
Computer Science
Computer Science
Postdoc
Information School
2018 cohort
Information School
2019 cohort
Computer Science
2017 cohort

Research Projects

DFP Research
A speech and gesture-based feedback tool for students to improve foreign language speaking in class.
Knowledge Translation
This project aims to develop a 3-credit course that makes use of UBC's historical resources suitable for use outside of UBC.
DFP Research
This project tackles the challenge of helping users learn from open ended exploration of interactive simulations.
DFP Research
Using augmented reality (AR) to enhance user engagement with library materials.
Knowledge Translation
This project works with Northern Manitoba’s Asiniskow Ithiniwak (Rocky Cree) to reclaim their history by revitalizing their stories of cultural identity.
DFP Research
An innovative video experience incorporating novel interface elements for reading, bookmarking and tagging, visual cueing, and crowdsourcing video content.
DFP Research
The Social CheatSheet project is part of a larger body of research that looks at personalized interfaces to support learning feature-rich software.
DFP Research
Librarians using Inexpensive technology to support computer science curriculum.

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