Congratulations to Avisha Sabaghian who has received an Office of Undergraduate Research travel award to present her work at the NCUR 2017 conference at Memphis, Tennessee. Her research focuses on visualizations to facilitate information retrieval in search engines pertaining to interdisciplinary topics found on Wikipedia.
We are thrilled at the opportunity to improve adaptive scaffolding provided by the artificial pedagogical agent embedded in nBrowser. This work will focus on a collection of online resources built for teachers by the Natural History Museum of Utah. in collaboration with Dr. Kirsten Butcher and members of the MIND lab, including research assistant Michelle Hudson. Follow this link to learn more about LEADS
The ASSIST lab is proud to be collaborators on this amazing project that aims to develop a mobile augmented reality app to unearth Edmonton's LGBTQ history, led by Dr. Jason Harley at the University of Alberta in partnership with Dr. Susanne Lajoie at McGill University.