Eran Barak-Medina (HTC visiting researcher) recently published the first of a two-part series on AI, ChatGPT, and education. The article(s) are available at EduNow, a Hebrew publication, or you can get a translated version of the article here (thanks to … Continued
In mid-December, Ryan authored the blog “Updating Your Course Syllabus for chatGPT“. The practical advice has been well received, reaching over 40,000 readers.
We are very excited that Eran is joining us in the HTC lab as a guest researcher. Eran is an educational R&D expert and consultant. Worked with municipal and national educational systems, and with business organizations, on developing models and … Continued
The HTC Lab and PhD program are excited to welcome Ilghar Samadzadeh and Ani Meliksetyan to the team. Ilghar has a background in social science research and international education, and Ani also has a background in international education. Both are … Continued
The HTC program was well represented at the AAAI (association for the advancement of artificial intelligence). Pictured here is Dr. Scully-Russ presenting on AI and the Future of Work. Drs. Medsker, Milman, and Watkins also participated in the conference, as … Continued
Ed Tech, Online Learning and the Digital Access Divide In today’s world of instructional design, there are more tools available than ever before. Educational technology is incorporated across all learning environments, from K-12 and higher education to corporate, government, and … Continued
Congratulations to Dr. Milman and being elected Research Chair for a 3-year term as the International Society for Technology in Education‘s annual conference.
Join us, on-campus or online, to learn more about GW’s Ph.D. in Education: Human-Technology Collaboration. We are accepting applications for a limited number of students to join the program in Fall 2020. You can RSVP here. Date And Time Wed, … Continued
We are excited to welcome Jasmine to the HTC Lab. Jasmine has a background in sociology and data science, and she is a first-year student in the HTC PhD program here at GWU.
The HTC Lab visiting the Hirshhorn Museum last week to see the Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Pulse exhibit. The exhibit offers immersive environments that use heart-rate sensors to create kinetic and audiovisual experiences. It was a great outing and led to exciting … Continued