Profiles in "Educational Technology" Expertise Area

  • Samuel DiGangi's research focuses on the learning technologies of social and academic behavior, including development, evaluation, and refinement of evidence-based techniques for use by teachers, parents and practitioners.
  • Smith teaches a wide selection of courses in areas within applied linguistics. His research focuses on computer-assisted language learning.
  • Cynthia Padavano is an Instructional Designer in the EdPlus Instructional Design and New Media team. Currently, she is working with the Masters of Computer Science online program in Coursera, but has been a part of Arizona State University since 2014.
  • Brian Nelson is professor and head of the Designing Equitable Learning, Teaching, and Assessment (DELTA) lab at ASU. His research focuses on immersive┬álearning environments, and on K12 computer science and computational thinking.
  • Matsunaga holds a PhD in English Literature with an emphasis in British Romanticism and Digital Humanities. He is the Director of Digital Technology, Graduate Faculty, and an Academic Professional.
  • Gary Bitter has researched emerging technologies for the last 50 years. He is interested in any approach that attempts to determine the feasibility of m-learning throughout education.
  • Kathleen Puckett's contributions to educational research are centered around access to and success in the general education curriculum for students with disabilities