Research on Teaching, Learning, and Digital Media

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Faculty Mentor:  

Professor Mark Warschauer
Department:  Education
Office Address:  3225 Education
Campus Phone:  949 331-0737 (cell)
Faculty Research Web site:
Other Mentors or Collaborators:  Johathan Montoya

Area of Research:   Education
Expected Duration:   Academic year
Majors:   Education Sciences, Psychological Science, Information & Computer Science
Additional Majors:  Any other major welcome
Eligibility Requirements:   At least sophomore standing, 3.0 GPA, and interest in education research. To apply, submit resume and a short statement of interest, including information on your major, class standing, and GPA.
Project Details:   We have a number of research projects related to teaching and learning in K-12 and higher education, many involving use of digital media. Students will receive 4 units of Directed Research (Education 198 or Informatics H198) or Independent Study (Education 199 or Informatics H199)) credit in exchange for about 10 hours of work per week. There will be opportunities to learn about research methods and apply for UROP fellowships and programs. Depending on the project, fellowship funding may also be available to support undergraduate research. For further details on our projects, see:
Number of Positions:   20
Posted On:   7/3/2020
Post Until:   12/2026
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