Engineering | Slate Lab

SLATE Lab

The Sustainable Learning and Adaptive Technology for Education (SLATE) Lab studies how computer-based tools can support effective learning processes and strategies. We are interested in how these tools can be designed or used to augment learning and create new ways to learn.

SLATE Lab is directed by Dr. Rod Roscoe, an Assistant Professor of Human Systems Engineering.

News and Announcements

AERA Presentation Slides

Downloadable presentation slides (pdf) from AERA 2017 in San Antonio, TX. Wonderful conference and venue! AERA 2017 AWE...

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Paper accepted for Computers in Human Behavior

Our paper was accepted for publication in Computers in Human Behavior. This research investigates how college students perceive automated writing evaluation, and the effects of those perceptions on writing behaviors and future intentions. Roscoe, R. D., Wilson, J.,...

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Paper accepted for Communication Research Reports

Our paper was accepted for publication in Communication Research Reports! This research examines relationships between students’ fixed vs. growth mindsets, confidence, apprehension, and beliefs regarding public speaking. Stewart, C. O., McConnell, J. R.,...

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See You in San Antonio!

Our paper, “Automated Writing Evaluation: College Student Perceptions and Future Intentions,” has been accepted for presentation at the 2017 American Educational Research Association conference. Congratulations co-authors: Rod D. Roscoe, Joshua Wilson,...

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October Brown Bag Slides

On October 5th, 2016, Dr. Roscoe gave a presentation on “Interdisciplinary Research Opportunities in Educational Technology: The Case of Automated Writing Evaluation.” You can download a PDF of the PowerPoint slides here:...

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HSE Brown Bag Presentation

Dr. Roscoe will be presenting at the Human Systems Engineering Brown Bag Seminar Date: Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 Time: 12:00pm Location: San Tan 220 (ASU Polytechnic Campus) Title: Interdisciplinary Research Opportunities in Educational Technology: The Case of...

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