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  • Pakhira, Deblina; Fusco, Judi (Digital Promise, 2022-10)
    SEERNet, a hub of five digital learning platforms (DLPs), either in K-12 or higher education, are enabling researchers with capabilities to conduct research and collect data on large numbers of students. Based on the new ...
  • Peters, Vanessa; Pakhira, Deblina; White, Latia; Fennelly-Atkinson, Rita; Means, Barbara (Digital Promise, 2022-08)
    Scholars of teaching and learning examine the impacts of pedagogical decisions on students’ learning and course success. In this report, we describes findings from case studies of eight innovative postsecondary introductory ...
  • Ruiz, Pati; Richard, Eleanor; Chillmon, Carly; Shah, Zohal; Kurth, Adam; Fekete, Andy; Glazer, Kip; Pattenhouse, Megan; Fusco, Judi; Fennelly-Atkinson, Rita; Lin, Lin; Arriola, Sheryl; Lockett, David; Crawford-Meyer, Valerie; Karim, Sana; Hampton, Sarah; Beckford, Belinda (Digital Promise, 2022-10)
    The Emerging Technology Adoption Framework was created with education community members to help ensure that educational leaders, technology specialists, teachers, students, and families are all part of the evaluation and ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Mazziotti, Claudia; Means, Barbara (Routledge, 2021-06)
    Bringing inquiry learning environments to scale is an important issue for society, especially given the needs for stronger inquiry skills among future citizens, employees, and leaders. Scaling up is a complex challenge for ...
  • Zacamy, Jenna; Roschelle, Jeremy (Digital Promise, 2022-08)
    Digital learning platforms are beginning to become open to research. Specifically, in our work in SEERNet, developers are extending five platforms, each used in either K-12 or higher education by more than 100,000 users, ...

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