ITLS Faculty and Students Participated in AERA

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) was founded in 1916. AERA holds an annual meeting. This year the meeting was in New York City from April 13th to 17th. Several ITLS faculty and students participated.

You can see some of the many pictures and information shared from the conference by faculty and students below.


Dr. David Feldon shared, "Linking graduate socialization processes to outcomes! Presenting findings from our national longitudinal study of bio PhD students at #AERA18 in NYC ..."

A post of Dr. David Feldon introducing work on phenomenography and mixed methods research. This was posted by AERA MMR SIG on Twitter.

Dr. David Feldon shared, "Presenting as part of the Methodological Innovations in Mixed Methods panel in the morning (Westin, Gramercy room, 10:35am) at #AERA18 on the use of phenomenography as a platform for preserving ideographic perspectives in mixed analyses. Fun for the whole family!"

Dr. Victor Lee shared a picture of a presenter with this text: "A nuanced view of agency in families at #aera18 #aera2018 in libraries and museums"

Dr. Victor Lee posted, "@sanraatoro presents STEMeX program from @US_IMLS"

Dr. Victor Lee posted, "Ideas brought together from whole cloth. Thanks @Spoonflower ! #AERA18"

Dr. Breanne Litts posted, "Dr. Shirin Vossoughi, discussanting her brilliance about inspirations and tensions in making at the margins. Grateful for her thoughtful perspective on our work in this session. #aera2018"

Dr. Breanne Litts posted, "SIG-LS/ATL business meeting is going strong. Still time to join us!! #aera2018"

Dr. Breanne Litts shared, "Measuring making session has kicked off! @katyaskit & Deb Lui have organized a fantastic group. Join us! @theLEDlab work w @fielddaylab and @dennisRamirez on capturing computational making in @arisgames"

Dr. Breanne Litts posted, "So fun to present with such incredible people and learn about their innovative work on making w e-textiles & bio. Great work Deb Lui, Justice Walker, & @katyaskit #aera2018"

A picture of three ITLS students at AERA

Dr. Abigail Phillips posted, "Really impressive work looking at making as empathetic and inclusive of those with disabilities. #AERA18"

Dr. Abigail Phillips shared, "Our (@vijcariouslee And Mimi Recker) beautiful #AERA18 poster about our work with Making in libraries ..."


Below is a list of events (poster sessions, talks, etc.) in which faculty and students took an active part.

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