Revealing the Invisible
Collaborative Research: Revealing the Invisible: Data-Intensive Research Using Cognitive, Psychological, and Physiological Measures to Optimize STEM Learning, 2014-2019
MIT was awarded $365,480 of the $1.6 million total by The National Science Foundation to MIT, TERC, and Landmark College to fund Collaborative Research: Revealing the Invisible, 2014-2019. Virtual learning environments are an increasingly important component of individualized learning in STEM domains. New technologies (including biometry and neuroimaging) provide new opportunities to unobtrusively measure student engagement and learning at scale.
This project utilizes these technologies to provide foundational knowledge of the ways in which measures of implicit learning from lab settings, ubiquitous sensors, and big data might be linked to explicit learning to develop games and online educational systems that are adaptive to diverse learners.
More about Revealing the Invisible on the Landmark College site.
This project was originally under the auspices of the Program on Information Science at MIT Libraries and finished as part of CREOS.