Yu Hui Chang presented a paper session in the SIG-Online Teaching and Learning on behalf of the research team with Prof. Bodong Chen, Fan Ouyang and Wanying Zhou: Fostering Online Discussions Through Social Learning Analytics. Chang also served as a discussant role in the SIG-Constructivist Theory, Research, and Practice: Focus on Teacher Development and Efficacy.
Jeni Henrickson and Lana Peterson presented a roundtable session about Technology Platforms and Practices. Henrickson shared the research work with Prof. Aaron Doering about EarthXplorers: Designing Authentic Online GIS Learning for a K–12 Audience. Peterson shared the research work with Prof. Cassandra Scharber and Tiffany Nielsen-Winkelman about learning spaces: Investigating K–12 Tech-Infused Flexible Learning Spaces.
Lana Peterson also presented a paper session in the SIG-Technology, Literacy, and Content Learning with Daniel Bordwell to share their collaborative research work on digital literacy: Empowering Students to Turn Knowledge Into Action: Development of Civic Identities Through Micro-Writing Workshops.
Jeni Henrickson also presented a paper session in the Division C: 3a-Learning Environments where she discussed the research work with Prof. Aaron Doering on the WeExplore adventure learning environment: Fostering Creativity and Innovation Through Inquiry and Adventure in Online Learning Environment Design.
Yu-Hui Chang and Lana Peterson participated the SIG meeting: Computer & Internet Applications in Education where Peterson serves as a graduate student representative for 2016-2018.