Welcome to the Cyberlearning Wiki, a parallel activity to the NSF Cyberlearning Research Summit. This Wiki resource serves to document where we are in the field and directions for the future of our field.
Everyone in the Cyberlearning field is welcome to participate in shaping this resource. Wiki and Cyberlearning editors, reviewers, and advisors are also part of the project and will help to insure the quality of the work here. They are:
- Jeremy Roschelle, SRI International, Menlo Park
- Sherry Hsi, Lawrence Hall of Science, UC Berkeley
Advisory Committee, Reviewers, & Editors
- Daniel Atkins, University of Michigan
- Chad Dorsey, Concord Consortium
- Daniel Edelson, National Geographic Education Foundation/National Geographic Society
- Judi Fusco, SRI International
- Margaret Johnson, Google / Stanford University
- Chad Lane, University of Southern California
- Linda Polin, Pepperdine University
- Mimi Recker, Utah University
- Patricia Schank, SRI International
Please join the Cyberlearning Wiki project to help us meet the following goals:
- Developing and articulating a clear role for emerging technology in the process of learning.
- Addressing not only an individualized or personalized view of learning, but also the equally important view of learning as social and cultural and as something that people best do together.
- Seeing how the process of learning can be connecting across the different settings of everyday life, allowing meaningful ties among across school, home, community and other sites of learning.
- Envisioning the necessary systems to bring learners, technologies, content, and context could come together in cohesive ways
- Articulating new approaches to democratizing access to advanced STEM knowledge and accelerate learners’ progress along learning progressions towards deep disciplinary understandings.
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