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.
News and Announcements
Chris Mayra (MS in HSE) and Nick Baker (BS in I/O Psychology) graduated this Spring (2017)! These hard-working and productive members of the lab will definitely be missed. 🙂 Congratulations!read more
It was announced that Dr. Roscoe was chosen as a Tooker Professor for 2017! Planned projects will explore, develop, and improve the role of Human Systems Engineering in preparing more engaged and successful engineers at ASU. We also get to develop an cool new...read more
The KEEN Professorship retreat (Monday, May 15th, 2017) brought together Spring 2017 KEEN professors to discuss their experiences, their courses, and the program. A lot of innovative and engaging instruction is happening all across Fulton Schools of Engineering!...read more
Downloadable presentation slides (pdf) from AERA 2017 in San Antonio, TX. Wonderful conference and venue! AERA 2017 AWE...read more
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.,...read more
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.,...read more