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Research Interests

Technology for the new civics – producing scientifically supported educational technology to create informed and engaged citizens who can solve the serious policy problems facing society such as poverty, global warming and militarism. Training such citizens requires us to understand how competent citizens analyze policy, communicate issues, and organize to make change. It also requires us to design more effective educational technology that can teach the knowledge, skills and dispositions citizens need.

Education/Academic qualification

Human-Computer interaction, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University

… → 2010

Human-Computer interaction, MS, Carnegie Mellon University

… → 2004

Psychology and Mathematics, BA, Reed College

… → 1999


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