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Dr. Rabindra (Robby) Ratan is an Associate Professor and AT&T Scholar at Michigan State University’s Department of Media and Information as well as Director of the Social and Psychological Approaches to Research on Technology-Interaction Effects (SPARTIE) Lab. He is also an affiliated faculty member of the MSU Department of Psychology, the MSU College of Education’s program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology, and the MSU Center for Gender in a Global Context. He received his Ph.D. from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, his M.A. in Communication from Stanford University, and his B.A. in Science, Technology and Society, also from Stanford University.
Roger is working in the ZHAW University Library at ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland. He is also a researcher with interests in open educational resources.
Scotty D. Craig is an associate professor of human systems engineering within The Polytechnic School of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Dr. Craig is a learning engineer with expertise in cognitive science, design science, and the science of learning (specifically learning technology). He has contributions at the intersection of psychology, education, and technology within the areas of multimedia learning, virtual environments, as well as development and evaluation of learning technology within laboratory and applied settings. Dr. Craig is currently the Graduate Chair for the Human Systems Engineering Program and the University Senate President of the Polytechnic Campus.
Dr. Song Xue (薛松) is currently an assistant professor at Zhejiang Normal University, China. He finished his doctoral training at the University of Dundee, United Kingdom. His research interests cover modeling, teaching methods (middle school chemistry and science), and international hot topics in science education.
Dr. Thomas Chiu is Assistant Professor of Digital Education at the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and Associate Director of the Centre for University and School Partnership and Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prior to this he was a Lecturer and School-university Partnership Director in the Faculty of Education at The University of Hong Kong. He has a strong academic background in mathematics, engineering, and technology, with extensive teaching and leadership experience in schools. His research interests include Digital Education, STEM Education, and Teacher Education.
Tony is Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology and a design-based researcher in the School of Education, University of Galway. Tony's research interests centre on innovation and technology in education, and the potential of design-based research (D.B.R.) in educational settings, elective and formal. Tony is Joint Programme Director (Education) of the BA Mathematics and Education.
Dr. Yan Jiang is an educational researcher at Meiji University, Japan. She holdes a doctoral degree in higher education from Kyoto University, and obtained work experience as research associate and assistant professor from various universities in Japan such as Kyoto University, Tokyo University, and Waseda University. Her expertise lies in active learning in the context of higher education classrooms.
Dr. Yan Zhou is an assistant professor at the College of Teacher Education in Zhejiang Normal University (浙江师范大学教师教育学院).