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Carnegie Mellon University
Part of the Simon Initiative
Accomplishments by Thrust
Cognitive Factors Research Thrust
Computational Modeling and Data Mining Research Thrust
Metacognition and Motivation Research Thrust
Social Communication Research Thrust
Enabling Technology Benefits
Collaborate With Us
Sponsor a METALS Capstone Project
Jointly Fund A Research Project
E-Learning Design Principles and Methods Course Offered Remotely
Simon Initiative LearnLab Summer School
LearnLab Partner Schools
Register for the 10th Annual Corporate Partners Meeting
Learn. Create. Innovate.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we will hold both the corporate partners meeting and the summer school remotely.
Research, resources, and training toward advancing a practical science of robust student learning.
Apply for Summer School
July 27-31 Remotely
Annual Corporate Partners Meeting
June 9-10 Remotely
Register for E-Learning Design Principles and Methods Course Offered Remotely
Begins August 31st
LearnLab's two main goals are to enhance scientific understanding of robust learning in educational settings and to create a research facility to support field-based experimentation, data collection and data mining. LearnLab is advancing both basic research on learning in knowledge-rich settings and applied research by contributing to a scientific basis for the design and engineering of educational approaches that should have a broad and lasting effect on student achievement.
LearnLab has enriched learning science by establishing and supporting unprecedented collaborations among current and future laboratory scientists, computer scientists and instructors. LearnLab has become the world’s best example of big data and big science being applied to the question of how students learn.
LearnLab enabling technologies support learning analytics and educational data mining, authoring of intelligent tutoring systems, online course development, computer-support collaborative learning.
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