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Rich Landscapes of Learning: The Co- Evolution Between, Learning, New Media, and New Learning  Exper

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Rich Landscapes of Learning: The Co- Evolution Between, Learning, New Media, and New Learning  Experiences

 

Presenter: Gerhard Fischer

Organization: CU-Boulder

Role: Professor Emeritus Computer Science, Director for the Center for Lifelong Learning and Design

Track: Research Presentation

Topic: Technology and Media

Level: Intermediate

 

Abstract: Coming soon

 

Bio: Gerhard Fischer directs the Center for Lifelong Learning and Design , and is a professor in the Department of Computer Science, and a fellow of the Institute of Cognitive Science, all at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is also a member of the Computer Human Interaction (CHI) Academy and a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Fischer's research interests include: lifelong learning, design, meta-design, software design, creativity, social creativity, distributed intelligence, human-computer  interaction, and design-for-all (assistive technologies). 

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