Lifelong Learning at Work and at Home

Learning With Technologies of the Future

Time and Location
Friday May 25, 2007, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Hemisphere Room

Abstract

Technology has the potential to provide intelligent and patient teachers that can respond to learners’ moods and how well they are learning. Three pioneers in learning technologies will tease the audience with introductions to interactive learning agents, an on-line program that teaches collaborative peer evaluation, and a game-based model of learning.

Diane F. Halpern

Diane F. Halpern (Chair)
Claremont McKenna College

Art Graesser

Art Graesser
University of Memphis

Milt Hakel

Milt Hakel
Bowling Green State University

James Gee

James Gee
University of Wisconsin

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