Stanford University continues to engage in research, through primarily though remote means, and the mediaX team continues to advocate on our members’ behalf, while fully following Stanford’s restrictions and guidance.
mediaX Faculty Advisor Emeritus Byron Reeves leads a study that captures millions of screenshots in hopes of transforming our understanding of everything from fake news to depression.
Three innovative projects with great potential for long-lasting impact on learning sciences have been funded by mediaX at Stanford University.
Fiorenza Micheli, co-director of the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions and other experts help guide Palau’s initiative to create one of the world’s largest marine sanctuaries.
In an audit of search media results for every candidate running for federal office in the 2018 U.S. election, Professor Jeff Hancock found no evidence of political bias for or against either party.
Relive the presentations as we examine which indicators of learning are most meaningful, which can be used ethically in algorithms for personalized learning and for learning at scale, and how data can be tagged for open exchange.
Professor Sam Wineburg co-authors a report showing prospective young voters are poorly equipped to evaluate the sources of online content.
A study, co-authored by Carol Dweck and Greg Walton, shows that high school students who took a course to cultivate positive beliefs about learning earned higher grades.
Professor Doug James uses a new algorithm with faster tools to seamlessly sync sound and action in a simulated 3D setting.