CIRCLS'21

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Remake “Broadening” in Research on Emerging Technologies for Teaching and Learning

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CIRCLS'21

September 13-14, 2021

1 p.m. - 5 p.m. ET each day

Learning technology researchers have long spoken of broader horizons, broad teamwork, broadening participation, broader impacts, and more. Our theme engages the importance of thinking critically and strategically about the meaning of “broad” as our field conducts future-oriented research on learning and teaching technologies. Our prior CL19 convening revealed WHY broadening the diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts within our research projects is so important. This meeting, CIRCLS’21, will provide multiple, highly interactive opportunities for attendees to work together on HOW the field can make stronger progress by examining and remaking “broad.” How can this familiar word become more meaningful and specific, leading to greater intellectual merit and impacts?

Registration through Eventbrite is integrated with Swapcard, our virtual event platform (it may take up to 1 hour before you can access Swapcard). During the week of August 23rd, registrants will receive an email inviting you to join Swapcard and connect with other attendees!

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Questions or concerns? Email the CIRCLS team at circls-contact@digitalpromise.org


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The Center for Integrative Research in Computing and Learning Sciences (CIRCLS) is a community-based hub for NSF-funded researchers who explore and investigate technologies that will be available to learners in 5-10 years. Advancing equity is a core goal in this research: emerging technologies create a potential for dynamic supports that meet learners’ varying personal-, community-, and context-centered needs.

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