A Silver Lining in Pandemic Disruption to Learning in Schools

In the first session of the new mediaX webinar series titled Sharing Personal Journeys, Esther Wojcicki shares her expertise and personal insights into the disruption of schools during the pandemic. The discussion will focus on the commonality of learning principles at all age levels and how we can best employ them.

A Pop-up Training Model for Critical Needs

From the mediaX webinar series “Thinking Tools for Wicked Problems”, Van Ton-Quinlivan looks at how health care is a prime example of one of the wicked problems faced in education. Even after a training need is identified, it takes time to achieve agreement across stakeholders to identify the curriculum requirements and find resources to satisfy them.

Algorithms and Analytics: Connecting the Learner and the Learning

Join us October 23, 2019 in CERAS #101 from 8:30am to 4:45pm as experts and members in the mediaX community explore the frontiers of learning algorithms and analytics that connect learners with learning including; Measuring what Matters in Learning, Designing Learning Experiences and Algorithms for Conversation and Developing Metatags for Open Exchange.

Online Media Bookmark Manager

 WHAT IF What if we could develop a video interface and digital bookmarking tool that would encourage and enable students to collaborate? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to pilot a new user interface during a live Stanford University engineering course, offered by the Stanford Center […]

Supporting Self Regulation for Online Course Students

From The Theme KNOWLEDGE WORKER PRODUCTIVITY WHAT IF What if we could improve productivity and learning by using software tools as a coach to help users be effective in self-directed online settings? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO As an initial proof-of-concept research project, we set out to conduct the first ever large-scale experimental study […]

Contests as a Catalyst for Content Creation

From The Theme FUTURE OF CONTENT WHAT IF What if youth were actively creating and sharing educational web-based content, learning from their own practice and from the work of others? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to study how various contest structures foster the creation of science content by K-12 students. We […]

A New Generation of Hybrid Tangible Interfaces for Learning

From The Theme FUTURE OF CONTENT WHAT IF What if we could combine online experimentation with wetlab experiences for science and engineering education? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to develop and test a scalable and cost-effective platform that combined the best features of online open education with the established benefits of […]

The Stanford Clinical Anatomy SCAnS Library

From The Theme FUTURE OF CONTENT WHAT IF What if learning about human anatomy and biology in today’s digital world was enriched by the ability to view and interact with 3D volumetric CT scans? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We made Stanford 3D high resolution anatomical CT scans available to middle and high school […]